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National report cards have been created to show the feedback gathered through Mārama Real-Time Feedback over the past six months.
This service review tool (formerly known as the Six Core Strategies© checklist), provides guidance for mental health services in implementing a whole-of-system and evidence-informed approach towards least restrictive practice. It is based on the original Six Core Strategies© developed in the US by the National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors Medical Directors Council (NASMHPD). This version has been adapted for use in New Zealand mental health services.
The Sensory Modulation Competency Questionnaire helps staff to identify their knowledge in the use of sensory modulation through self-assessment and practice reflection. It can also be used by educators as part of sensory modulation training evaluation.
This checklist provides a guideline of the steps and processes for implementing a sensory modulation approach following people’s admission to the service.
The purpose of this evaluation report is to identify whether participants’ values, attitudes, knowledge and skills in the application of sensory modulation increased as a result of attending the workshop.
The terms of reference for the Sensory Modulation National Practice Group is outlined by Te Pou to set out the establishment, functions, and operations of the group.