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The CASA

     Thank you for your inquiry about the Child and Adolescent Services Assessment (CASA) Version 4.2 Burns BJ, Angold A, Magruder-Habib K, Costello EJ & Patrick MKS.

DESCRIPTION: The Child and Adolescent Services Assessment (CASA) is a self-and parent-report instrument designed to assess the use of mental health services by children ages 8 - 18.

Click the pdf links below to review the CASA:

  Child CASA

  Parent CASA

  Glossary


COPYRIGHT PERMISSION: Should you wish to administer the CASA to your clients or for your research study, please describe your proposed use and write to the address below to receive a letter of copyright approval from the first author, Barbara J. Burns, Ph.D., at no charge. Citation in published work would be appreciated.

Developmental Epidemiology Center
Attention: Kristen Caldwell
DUMC Box 3454
Durham, North Carolina 27710
TRAINING: Training to administer the CASA can be accomplished in a 1 day training session. Please contact our trainer, Kristen Caldwell, at 919-687-4686 extension 300, to arrange a training session or email emeasures@psych.mc.duke.edu.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION: Please contact Anita Chalmers at (919) 687-4686, extension 230.

PERTINENT CITATIONS:

  • “The Child and Adolescent Services Assessment (CASA): Description and Psychometrics.” B.H. Ascher , E.M.Z. Farmer, B.J. Burns, & A. Angold (1996) Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, 4:12-20.
    Copyright (1996) by PRO-ED, Inc. Article available in PDF format, reprinted with permission from PRO-ED. Inc. Download article  

  • Farmer EMZ, Angold A, Burns BJ, & Costello EJ “Reliability of self-reported service use: Test-retest consistency of children’s responses to the Child and Adolescent Services Assessment (CASA).” Journal of Child and Family Studies, 1994; 3:307-325.
    Article available in PDF format, with permission from Kluwer Academic Publishers. Download article  

 

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