The POGO School and Work Transitions Program is one of only a few established programs designed to help childhood cancer survivors facing educational and employment challenges achieve their academic and work goals. But does it work? (Spoiler Alert: it does!)
Goal Attainment Scaling (GAS) is a method used to evaluate a student’s functional change after an intervention. The objectives of the POGO study were to:
- describe the Transitions Program’s novel implementation of Goal Attainment Scaling (GAS) to evaluate an educational and vocational counselling program
- analyze patterns of program engagement and client outcomes, according to demographic and diagnostic ranking
Read the study here.