Designing a selfevaluation-instrument concerning a broad access to youth care

01 February 2008 → 01 September 2008
Regional and community funding: various
Research disciplines
  • Social sciences
    • Education, culture and society
    • Social work
    • Other sociology and anthropology
accessibility focus group reflection responsive evaluation learning process
Project description

Accessbility is pivotal in Integrated Youth Care (Flanders, Belgium). The networks for direct access have an important role in realizing accessible care. The instrument for selfevaluation will be developed next to other initiatives concerning accessibility. The instrument wants to enable the display of different "practices of accessibility" and the reflection on the contribution of these practices to the accessibility of Integrated Youth Care.