How To Order Tailored Reports
There are two ways that we can generate reports for you:
- Full service: Just mail us the booklet (easiest for you)
- Electronically: Email an Excel spread sheet (fastest turn-around)
1. Full service: Mail us the booklet
- This method is the simplest for you. Just mail the booklet with the return form and mailing label.
- Each booklet weighs about 7 ounces.
- We will email the report and mail back the original booklet with a copy of report.
2. Electronically: Email an Excel spread sheet
- This method gives the fastest turn-around but you enter the data yourself.
- Enter your data here.
- Complete all the background data at the top of the data input sheet. We recommend abbreviating long names or substituting abbreviated titles. For example, saying "PGM" for paternal grand-mother, or "Mat. Nanny" for maternal nanny. If the name entered is too long, it will be difficult to read on the report because the lettering will be too small.
- Enter the data with a '1' for each box that is stamped on each page. You can leave the others blank. Using the 'tab' key will move you along to the next cell.
- Email the data file as an attachment to scoring@SCARF123.com with your return email and a phone for contact if there are questions about the data.
If you want to make a backup copy prior to mailing, you can remove the spiral binding by twisting it out to make it easier to copy and then just twist the spiral binder back in.
Payment & New Booklets
You can order reports and new booklets through the web site at www.SCARF123.com and pay by PayPal or credit card. Alternatively, you can mail your check or credit card information with your booklet or separately.
The reports provide summaries of the data in easy-to-digest tables and graphs.
The tailored reports includes:
An overview of the child's perceptions of all significant family members on the main global dimensions: Emotional Security, Positive Parenting, and Negative Parenting.
The data is shown both in tabular and graph form. In the tables, particularly high and low scores are highlighted for ease of interpretation. Further discriminations in terms of the frequency of a particular score can be found in the manual.
An overview of the child's perceptions of the mother and father compared on all sub-scales. This table and graph show the data for mother and father (or the first two key parents) on the sub-scales that make up the global dimensions shown in 1. Again, high & low scores are highlighted.
- Co-parenting: An overview of the child's perception of how supportive or undermining each parent is of the child's relationship with the other parent.
- A grid showing all summary scores for each family member.
- Charts of all individual item scores for each family member arranged by each scale.