What is the FNQ-P?

The Family Needs Questionnaire – Pediatric Version (FNQ-P), which consists of 40 items, provides clinicians with a tool for assessing the degree to which the unique needs of families have been met across six categories: Health Information, Emotional Support, Instrumental/Practical Support, Community Supports, Professional Support, and Involvement with Care. The self-administered FNQ-P is suitable for use with families of children and youth with acquired brain injury across the care continuum (i.e. acute rehabilitation, post discharge, and in the community).

How was the FNQ-P developed?

How is the FNQ-P administered?

How are the FNQ-P scores used and reported?

What do the FNQ-P items look like?