I.Roc Wellbeing was set up to facilitate a more effective and holistic approach to mental health assessment, providing a set of outcome measurement tools which deliver more “meaningful and measurable” results.
Developed by Scottish mental health charity Penumbra, the service is designed with flexibility in mind, with the personal outcomes of the individual placed at the heart of its mission.
I.Roc works on the basis that recovery from mental health issues is not about achieving a complete absence of symptoms or a ‘cure’, but by increasing a person’s ability to absorb certain experiences and maintain a level of wellbeing.
The bulk of I.Roc’s work comes in the shape of a mental health assessment toolkit, developed in partnership with Penumbra’s service users, to achieve a responsive, recovery focused, outcomes-based approach to assessing mental health.
The tools can be accessed online but are also available in paper format. Service users are provided with real time access to data acquisition, storage, tracking and analysis.
The toolkit is aimed at people who wish to identify external factors that are impacting their wellbeing and define their own personal outcomes to shape and manage their own recovery.
Validated as an outcome measurement tool for mental health recovery by the University of Abertay in Dundee, I.Roc is already being used by organisations across the UK, as well as in Spain and China.
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