Short-Format. With only 21 questions, RAAPS can be completed in just 5 minutes.
Standardized. Standardization ensures that every youth is screened the same way every time – regardless of the experience or comfort-level of the individual administering the screening.
Tailored By Age. RAAPS is tailored for age-specific risks and language, with three distinct assessments available in English and Spanish: Older Child for ages 9-12, Standard for ages 13-18 and College Age for ages 19-24.
Addresses SDOH. RAAPS for Public Health (RAAPS-PH) builds on the core 21-question RAAPS assessment, with 11 additional questions capturing the prevalence of social and environmental conditions that threaten youths’ health, well-being and progress toward graduation.
Validated and Proven Effective. RAAPS has been extensively tested and proven to be reliable and valid at assessing risks identified by the CDC as contributing most to preventable morbidity and mortality in youth.
Continually Updated. RAAPS is updated biennially to incorporate the latest in evidence-based guidelines and changing trends in youth risks.
Licensing RAAPS content gives you access to all versions of RAAPS in both PDF and Word format. You also receive:
Organizations can review results of an individual youth over time by storing completed assessments in the EHR or patient file. EHR “alerts” can serve as a reminder for annual screening and risk coaching.
With the all-in-one cloud-based system, youth complete the screening on any device with internet access. Unique benefits include audio options to increase health literacy and an interface developed with youth-input to maximize engagement and honesty.
RAAPS technology also automatically provides tailored health education and recommended national resources to youth based on the risks identified. Top risks are highlighted in the “at-a-glance” dashboard enabling professionals to easily identify key topics for follow-up discussion. Integrated tools ensure quick referrals, electronic documentation and tracking for care coordination.
The RAAPS system automatically captures data over time at the individual and population level and is accessed through the easy to use, built-in reports to:
Interested in addressing social determinants of health (SDOH)? RAAPS-PH uncovers chronic exposure to social and environmental stressors (such as hunger, homelessness, teen pregnancy, and discrimination) that threaten healthy brain, cognitive, and social-emotional development.