The Cambian Assessment of Progress (CAP) is a scoring system marked out of 100 which is used to determine the progress of each young person in our care.
On coming to us in theory the young person will have a relatively low CAP score and this will be based on assessing how the individual functions within 4 key areas (domains).
• How they function psychologically
• How they manage their social and emotional skills
• How they manage their educational needs
• How they manage their general health and wellbeing
This scoring system is reviewed on a monthly basis on all four domains. We will then look at how to progress each child within these four domains, with the end goal of preparing them for the transitional phase.
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