Individual (personal characteristics and outcomes)
Examples of individual-level measurement outcomes include:
Whether or not someone's transportation options accommodate their mobility challenges.
To what extent the level of support a person receives matches their needs.
The purpose of individual-level measurement is to determine how an individual’s characteristics and/or services relate to their individual outcomes. For example, are the transportation services someone receives reliable?
Data from several individuals can be combined to provide an overall picture for a group.
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