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Measurement of services and supports (MOSS): project overview and findings

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posted on 2024-06-04, 03:11 authored by C Quilliam, Erin WilsonErin Wilson, N Hagiliassis, Kelli Nicola-RichmondKelli Nicola-Richmond
The Measurement of Services and Supports (MOSS) project commenced in 2005, with the initial aim of developing and trialing a tool that would evaluate the outcomes of therapy and psychology services delivered by Scope’s Therapy, Psychology and Related Services teams (previously known as Specialist Services). There are a number of key drivers that have influenced the MOSS project from its inception. These include:
• Scope’s Strategic direction;
• The State Disability Plan 2002-2012 (Victorian Department of Human Services, 2002);
• A desire to provide evidence for funding bodies relating to the effectiveness of the support
delivered by Therapy, Psychology and Related Services; and
• A desire to ensure that Therapy, Psychology and Related Services support is based on evidence.

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37-

Language

eng

Publication classification

A6.1 Research report/technical paper

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2010, Scope (VIC)

Publisher

Scope (VIC)

Place of publication

Melbourne, Vic

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