RCSLT Online Outcome Tool

Therapy Outcome Measures


September 2022

**COMING UP** New reports panel - The team have been working on redesigning the reports generator panel, this will be introduced soon and we will welcome feedback on the new functionality. 

Customisation - We have updated some resources which may help you and your team inputting data. Including Setting up multiple teams or services and information on Additional data fields. Take a look!

Owning Outcomes event - Find out how others have been using the ROOT to deliver outcomes. You can download the presentations from members who use the ROOT to measure their Outcomes, visit our webpage: Outcome measurement workshop (link)

ROOT drop in surgery: Please join us for our monthly virtual drop-in surgery on Tuesday 18 October 12:00 - 13:00. Do you want to find out more about the ROOT, or hear about other users' experiences? Join us to ask us anything ROOT related. For more details: ROOT drop in Oct.png

Professional network: If you are a RCSLT member, don't forget to join our Professional network page and post your questions or top tips to share with other ROOT users

Tell us what you think: We are always keen to know what you think about how the ROOT is working for you. Just click the yellow ‘Leave Feedback’ button at the bottom of any page to send us your comments. Or contact us at root@rcslt.org 

Therapy Outcome Measures for Rehabilitation Professionals

Pamela Enderby and Alexandra John

The Therapy Outcome Measure (TOM) allows professionals from many disciplines working in health, social care and education to describe the relative abilities and difficulties of a patient/client in the four domains of impairment, activity, participation and wellbeing in order to monitor changes over time. TOM has been rigorously tested for reliability and clinical validity. It is quick and simple to use, taking just a few minutes to complete, and is used for treatment planning, clinical management, audit and research. It allows for the aggregations of data so that comparisons can be made for the purposes of internal and external benchmarking.

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