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The EASY-Care Assessment is designed to be a holistic geriatric assessment by measuring an older patients' physical, mental, and social well-being with a focus on their quality of life.
The EASY-Care Assessment was found to have high levels of test-retest reliability for seven single items (>0.70) and a disability score of 0.87. In terms of validity, the Easy-Care Assessment discriminated based on levels of deprivation. For more information on its psychometric properties, review the following two articles: Philp I. (2000) Measuring quality of care. Age and Ageing; Mar.29(2): 95-6; Bath P, Philp I, Boydell L, McCormick W, Bray J, Roberts H. (2000) Standardized health check data from community-dwelling elderly people: the potential for comparing populations and estimating need. Health and Social Care in the Community; 8: 17-21.
|Domains||General health, Physical ability, Social functioning, Mental functioning, and Activities of daily living|
|Evaluated via ORE||No|
|License||Unknown - contact author|