A Working Life for People with Severe Mental Illness

By Deborah R. Becker; Robert E. Drake | Go to book overview

Appendix 5
Supported Employment Fidelity Scale

Implementation Questions
To complete the supported employment fidelity scale, the rater obtains objective information from a variety of sources, including agency records, employment specialists, other practitioners and supervisors, program managers, and consumers. Individual meetings are recommended. Listed below are suggested questions that can be used to elicit information. The rater tries to obtain accurate information and not lead respondents to the desired answers that may not reflect the actual practice at the site. The format for interviewing is conversational and the questions listed here are not meant to be used as a structured interview. Information to make the ratings is not necessarily obtained in the order that the items are listed on the scale.
STAFFING
1. Caseload size:
• Does each vocational staff person have a discreet caseload?
•How many clients does each vocational staff person (full-time equivalent) have on his/her caseload?
•How often does the vocational staff person meet with each person on the caseload? Approximately how long do clients stay on the caseload? When is a client removed from the caseload?
2. Vocational services staff:
• Do any of the vocational staff provide other services besides vocational, such as case management, day programming, or residential services?
•How much of their time do they provide nonvocational services?

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