Snapshot tools are a fun and visual ways to quickly get feedback on how someone feels about a service or activity. This group of Snap Shot tools contains three separate person centred evaluation tools, each designed to support providers of services for adults with learning difficulties to engage with their users, and quickly gather their personal experiences of the services they use. The tools have been designed in response to new government policy to include service users voices in the review of current, and planning of future services.

 

The three tools are:

  • Evaluation Dashboard — Evaluation Dashboard is a quick and visual way to evaluate different aspects of a service. This tool allows you to co-​define themes by which you will evaluate your service and then asks the user to think about they felt about each particular theme. These themes can be edited in PowerPoint to suit any particular needs or context. Evaluation Dashboard is an interactive evaluation tool co-​designed by the Glasgow School of Art and health care professionals who work with adults with learning difficulties across the Highlands of Scotland. 
  • Evaluation Meter — Evaluation meter is quick and visual way to gauge just how someone rates the service they have used and start that conversation. Evaluation Meter is an interactive evaluation tool co-​designed by the Glasgow School of Art and health care professionals who work with adults with learning difficulties across the Highlands of Scotland.
  • Quick Stick — Quick Stick is a quick way for service providers to engage with adults with learning difficulties, to ask questions about a service, and capture a user’s experience periodically. Quick Stick is an interactive evaluation tool co-​designed by the Glasgow School of Art and health care professionals who work with adults with learning difficulties across the Highlands of Scotland.