Provided below are fillable PDF versions of some commonly used measurement tools, or links to where these can be accessed on other sites. To open and complete the PDF electronically you need access to PDF reader software on your computer, smartphone or tablet. If you don’t have this, one option that is free to download is Adobe Acrobat Reader.
If you need to transfer completed forms (e.g. between service user and service), please be mindful of data security considerations. If you have access to a secure file upload webpage or portal we recommend that you use this. If you are a service or practitioner inviting a service user to send information using email, please be open about the possible risk, as in any email communication, of emails and attachments being intercepted or read by someone else. It is your responsibility to ensure that your use of these forms reflects your local policies and procedures.
Mental health measurement questionnaires you can fill in electronically:
|Measure||Interactive PDF versions||Further information|
|Brief Parental Self Efficacy Scale (BPSES)||Download here||See here|
|Brief Assessment Checklist for Adolescents (BAC)||
BAC-A (ages 12 to 17) - Download here
BAC-C (ages 4 to 11) - Download here
|Child Revised Impact of Events Scale (CRIES)||Download here||See here|
|Me & My Feelings (M&MF)||Download here||See here|
|Student Resilience Survey (SRS)||Download here||See here|
|Experience of Service Questionnaire (ESQ)||
There are three interactive PDF versions of the ESQ:
Further versions of the parent/ carer report have been developed:
|Goal Based Outcomes (GBO)||See here|
|CORE Measurement Tools||See here|
|Revised Children's Anxiety and Depression Scale (RCADS)||
CORC has not been given permission to create a version to fill in electronically. However, the developer is looking into solutions. Any updates will be shared here, as well as our newsletter and on Twitter.
|The Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire (SDQ)||See here|
Outcome & Experience Measures Hub
The measures and supported information displayed on our Outcome & Experience Measures Hub are intended to serve as an easily accessible resource for individuals looking for more detailed information on how to measure children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing.Click here
Here we share our guidance and advice on working with feedback and outcome measures for services transitioning to working remotely with children, young people and families either online or by phone.