Population:Adults

This intake form captures demographic and contact information for new participants. It can be easily completed by each participant upon enrolling in a new program. 

The Financial Self-Efficacy Scale (FSES) is a 6-item scale that measures how respondents manage certain financial problems and how they cope with setbacks. The FSES scores are expected to correlate with the respondent's level of confidence in being able t ...

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The Partner Communication Scale (PCS) is composed of five items that assess frequency of communicating with a sex partner. It was originally pilot-tested with a small sample of African American females ages 14 to 18, but may be used with males, individual ...

This is an eight-item subscale of a self-report instrument for measuring the amount of communication about sexual risk and sexual risk reduction occurring between parents and their adolescent children, as reported by the adolescent. It has been tested wit ...

  The Adapted Self-Report Altruism Scale measures the extent to which someone engages in behaviors that help others. It can be administered as a pre-test/post-test to determine if behaviors have changed.

This assessment allows staff to evaluate participants’ work behaviors and skills in a range of areas. Ratings in each skill area are totaled into an overall score that, with the help of a guide, staff can determine if employees are truly ready for the wor ...

This tool can be used by program staff or volunteers to assess a participant’s ability to interview effectively for employment.

This Financial Management Behavior Scale consists of 15 questions that can be administered as a pre-post assessment. For short programs that occur once for a full day or less, this survey will help assess the current state of financial literacy or general ...

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This is a self-report tool suitable for high schoolers or adults who have at least a junior high school level of education.  It is intended as a risk-assessment tool.  It is designed to “assess feelings of being overwhelmed and being unable to control or ...

Category:Self-Management
IndicatorsStress Management

This checklist will allow you to assess whether or not participants are ready/prepared to begin their job search.

This measure consists of 113 items that assess skills, knowledge, and awareness in seven areas (Daily Living, Self Care, Relationships and Communication, Housing and Money Management, Relationships and Communication, Career and Education Planning, and Loo ...

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This tool represents “the respondent’s report of his/her ability to make sound decisions and judgments” (p.13, http://www.nationalservice.gov/pdf/national_evaluation_youthcorps_technicalappendices.pdf).This tool measures perceptions, not behaviors.This to ...

The self-sufficiency matrix is an assessment and outcome measurement tool based on the federal outcomes standard ROMA (Results Oriented Management and Accountability). This impact measurement tool has 25 individual scales, each measuring observable change ...

This tool consists of 25 questions that participants who complete a financial literacy program should be able to answer. The questions may need to be modified based on the particular curriculum being administered. Programs can use the questions to gauge t ...

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This tool is a factual quiz about student's contraceptive knowledge, which was originally administered to students and young adults ages 15 and up, as part of the National Longitudinal Survey of Adolescent Health (Add Health).The Add Health study is a nat ...

This form aims to capture participants' perceptions of program leader performance. This is an easy form for adolescent or young adult participants to complete following a program session. It should take no longer than 5 minutes to complete. 

Please note that this tool is proprietary and may only be obtained by contacting the creators of the tool below. PerformWell cannot make this tool available in ETO. The CTS-2 is a tool used to examine whether psychological and/or physical abuse or intera ...

These five financial literacy questions were developed by Lusardi and Mitchell (2006) and included in the 2004 Health and Retirement Study (a survey of US households ages 50 and older) and the 2009 National Financial Capabilities Study (a study by FINRA I ...

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The Active and Engaged Citizenship (AEC) scale combines four previously existing scales that measured perceptions about civic duty, an assessment of civic skills, neighborhood social connection, and civic participation.  The combined scale creates an asse ...

The Inventory of Socially Supportive Behaviors (ISSB) Short Form (Barrera & Baca, 1990) is a 19-item self-report measure that is abbreviated from a longer, 40-item version (Barrera, Sandler, & Ramsay, 1981). It is designed to assess how often indi ...

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IndicatorsSocial Support