A comprehensive examination and evaluation of a person's needs for psychiatric, developmental disability or substance abuse treatment, services and/or supports according to applicable requirements.
completing tests, interviews, and other procedures in order to understand a persons strengths and problems
A systematic and thorough evaluation of the strengths, weaknesses and problems of a person. A wide range of highly specialised mechanical, electronic and computer-based tools commonly used in rehabilitation and special education settings.
A written evaluation of needs completed by a social worker, nurse, or other professional and used to determine eligibility and priority for some services and to help with developing a care plan.
The process of placing a value on an asset for the purpose of taxation. Also...
The act of assessing; the act of determining an amount to be paid; as, an assessment of damages, or of taxes; an assessment of the members of a club.
A valuation of property or profits of business, for the purpose of taxation; such valuation and an adjudging of the proper sum to be levied on the property; as, an assessment of property or an assessment on property.
The specific sum levied or assessed.
The act of determining the importance, size, or value of (biodiversity of species).
Appraisal of the physical mental or developmental state of a person along with a decision regarding treatment
Surveys and Inspections; an analysis of the vulnerabilities of an AIS. Information acquisition and review process designed to assist a customer to determine how best to use resources to protect information in systems.
Enquiring into the financial resources of an individual or family to determine whether they should make a contribution towards a service.
The process of measuring the quality of an activity, service or organisation.
The process of having an assessor present at your game. You may request an assessment, or one may be assigned by the SDA or your ADA. Note - assessments are often done at tournaments. If you plan to attend a tournament with assessors present, please notify the tournament's referee coordinator that you would like to be assessed. An assessment provides feedback to the referee and to the MSRC indicating the competency of the official and recommending areas of performance for enhancement. The assessment serves the individual referee's development and together with the referee's own report provides input to the MSRC's instruction program to improve the performance of the referees across the state.
The process of acquiring qualitative or quantitative information.
"The process a woman undergoes following an abnormal mammogram, in order to obtain a definitive diagnosis. This usually takes the form of triple assessment." -- Clinical Standards for Breast Screening.
Determines your overall grade in each unit Depending on units completed, your grade will be based on your performance in a combination of written assignments, essays, tests, laboratory tasks and exams
The way in which your work is assessed while you are on your course. Some courses may ask for essays, some may set exams and some may use a combination of both. Alternatively, you may be asked to submit course work, which could include project work, case studies or reports.
assessment items measure your achievements, the course objectives and the Graduate Qualities - both during the course and at the end. Assessment tasks may include: written assignments such as essays or reports, exams, laboratory work, oral presentations and practical assignments. Sometimes, class participation is assessed. Usually the lecturer or tutor will assess your work, but sometimes you might assess your own work (self-assessment) or the work of others (peer assessment)
How UTS measures your progress or achievement in a subject. Assessment methods include exams, essays, assignments, group projects, tutorial presentations and your participation in class.
the first stage after receipt of a written complaint, to determine whether the matter complained of is within the Board's jurisdiction to investigate. The Chair may also examine reasons to refuse to investigate during the assessment stage.
A report written by a marine surveyor after conducting a thorough examination of a boat.
An examination of the aspects of the supply and demand for water and of the factors affecting the management of water resources.
an assessment statement expressed as a percentage figure of the maximum possible score of an Examination Item, i.e. a score in percentages
Judging the quality of your evidence and work performance against the requirements of the national standards.
a way of judging the status or success of something.
Checking how well a process works or the progress made by a pupil.
a way of judging the progress or success of something.
identification of a person's capacities and incapacities, in relation to their needs, in order to develop an appropriate individual care plan.
Assessment happens when a person first comes into contact with health services. Information is collected in order to identify the person's needs and plan treatment.
A. Be able to identify elements that need to go into a crime story. B. Be able to create believable characters. C. Be able to tell a crime story. D. Be able to use facts and terminology correctly. E. Be able to outline their plot. F. Finish the first chapter of a crime novel.
Understanding a person's care needs and deciding what services they will get. They are usually carried out by social and care staff i.e. social workers, and / or occupational therapists. For an assessment contact your local Social Services First Response Team.
Family Court Services may investigate a family in more detail if a judge orders it. This can happen after the family goes to a Family Court Parenting Program and Mediation services and there are no other court related services to help the parents come to an agreement.
Measuring something, usually the situation of an individual, family, group or community, against one or more yardsticks in preparation for undertaking a diagnosis or making a plan.
Measuring the circumstances of an individual, a family, a group or community against agreed benchmarks leading to informed analysis upon which to base delivery of appropriate services.