The EPASS and EPASS Toolkit were created through graduate classwork at Temple University. Learn more about Therapeutic Recreation at Temple University.
Although the EPASS can be used in many settings, and in conjunction with many other assessment tools, it was originally created with the Preferences for Everyday Living Inventory (PELI) in mind. For more information about, or to download the PELI, please visit the Polisher Research Institute.
For more Temple University graduate student work, including research and evidence-based practice papers, please visit RT Wise Owls.
Advancing Excellence provides quality information about person-centered care, and incorporating it into your facility.
For more information about nursing home regulations, F-tags, and quality care initiatives, visit the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS) website.
Click here for more information specifically about the Minimal Data Set (MDS) 3.0.