The Child and Adolescent Scale of Environment (CASE)
The Child and Adolescent Scale of Environment (CASE) measures the perceived impact of problems experienced with physical, social and attitudinal environment features of the child’s home, school and community. The CASE also examines problems related to the quality or availability of services or assistance that the child receives or might need. The CASE was initially developed as part of the Child and Family Follow-up Survey (CFFS) to monitor outcomes and needs of children with traumatic and other acquired brain injuries. The CASE is available with open access for downloading from the website of one of our Participation Team members, Gary Bedell. Click here to visit Gary's website.