I•ROC wellbeing is a powerful set of outcome measurement tools for mental health recovery. Designed to provide interactive engagement between person, practitioner and organisation, the tools can be can be used in digital and paper format. Together they create a holistic picture of recovery and wellbeing, helping to identify high priority areas, set aims and track progress along the recovery journey.
The suite of tools includes:
The tools provide a consistent, reliable and flexible way of working across an organisation to deliver meaningful results. I•ROC wellbeing allows service providers and workers real time access to data and reporting which can be measured at individual, service or organisational level.
I•ROC has been validated as an outcome measurement tool for mental health recovery by the University of Abertay in Dundee, Scotland. It is already being used by organisations in the UK, Spain, the Netherlands, the USA, Australia and China.
This is an approach that has been developed by people with lived experience of mental ill health and practitioners. The individual needs, hopes and dreams of each person are placed at the centre.
Read more about I•ROC in this article from the British Journal of Mental Health Nursing.
I•ROC wellbeing is an approach developed by people in Scotland with experience of mental health, mental ill health and recovery. It is now used by many organisations in the UK and around the world. It is designed to create a partnership between people who use services, practitioners and organisations.
"A clear system of process to work with as well as a shared language of outcomes"