The Well-being Indicator Tool for Youth (WIT-Y) was designed for youth aged 15-21 years. It consists of: - The WIT-Y assessment, an online tool that youth can complete to explore their well-being across eight domains. - The WIT-Y Snapshot, which gives youth a picture of their well-being based on the assessment they completed. - The WIT-Y Blueprint, a planning document for youth to use after looking at their WIT-Y Snapshot. The Blueprint helps youth take steps to increase their well-being in a particular area.
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Five Ways to Wellbeing: Toolkit for working with young people in Hertfordshire is for anyone working or engaging with young people in Hertfordshire (but is helpful for those elsewhere too). It explains why improving young peoples' wellbeing is important and introduces practical ideas for using the Five Ways to Wellbeing when working with young people.
Happiness has a pulse – Complete this short survey and in just a few minutes you can understand more about your happiness and explore simple ways to grow happiness where you are. This is part of the Happy City Index - the world’s first city-wide, comprehensive, live measure of happiness and wellbeing. It will revolutionise how cities are developed across the world.
Want to run a public dialogue yourself? What Works Wellbeing have produced a toolkit to help you scope and deliver a wellbeing public dialogue process. The toolkit addresses the following questions: What is a public dialogue? What does it involve? What is unique about a wellbeing dialogue? When to use public dialogues and why? How to run them and who you can get to run them for you.
Café Conversations are an easy-to-use method for creating a living network of collaborative dialogue around questions that matter in service of the real work. Conducting an exciting Café Conversation is not hard- it’s limited only by your imagination! The Café format is flexible and adapts to many different circumstances. When these guidelines are used in combination, they foster collaborative dialogue, active engagement and constructive possibilities for action.
Social capital is of benefit to health and well-being. This toolkit provides a way of understanding and measuring this. For organizations whose work increases social capital, it will give a way of measuring what they already do. For others it will provide a framework to plan and evaluate new social capital activities. It will be useful, therefore, for managers, management committee members and funders to: - Measure the impact of existing work on social capital and health - Develop ideas to increase social capital - Clarify health and social capital outcomes - Plan or commission new work.
This toolkit provide you with hands-on resources to get your business off the ground. It includes your very own Happy Startups Canvas to write up a one–page business plan, tools to create user personas, tons of ideas for testing your assumptions including tips on interviewing customers and a list of must read articles, video clips and a list of the most useful books to read on the market.
The aim of this toolkit is to assist Health and Wellbeing Boards (HWBs) in integrating climate change adaptation into the local health economy. It also highlights how Joint Strategic Needs Assessments (JSNA) and Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategies (JHWS) can be used to achieve this aim, for the benefit of communities.
One-third of all food produced in the world is lost or wasted from farm to fork, according to estimates calculated by FAO (2011). This wastage not only has an enormous negative impact on the global economy and food availability, it also has major environmental impacts. The direct economic cost of food wastage of agricultural products (excluding fish and seafood), based on producer prices only, is about 750 billion USD, equivalent to the GDP of Switzerland. The aim of the Toolkit is to showcase concrete examples of good practices for food loss and waste reduction, while pointing to information sources, guidelines and pledges favoring food wastage reduction. The inspirational examples featured throughout this Toolkit demonstrate that everyone, from individual households and producers, through governments, to large food industries, can make choices that will ultimately lead to sustainable consumption and production pattern, and thus, a better world for all.
One of the most important roles a trade union can play is to ensure the welfare, health and safety of its members. For nearly two hundred years this has been one of the 'added values' of trade union organisation. Independent academic evidence shows that trade union safety representatives can make the workplace twice as safe as those workplaces that don't recognise a union.
The UCL Museum Wellbeing Measures Toolkit is a set of scales of measurement used to assess levels of wellbeing arising from participation in museum and gallery activities that has been trialled across the UK. The Toolkit has been designed to help people involved in running in-house or outreach museum projects, evaluate the impact of this work on the psychological wellbeing of their audiences. The Toolkit is flexible in its application ad supports a ‘pick and mix’ approach. It can be used to evaluate the impact of a one-off activity or programme of events. The Toolkit was produced by researchers from University College London (UCL) Museums & Public Engagement and funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC)
This Emotional Resilience Toolkit provides practical guidance in promoting the resilience of individuals and teams in companies as part of an integrated health and wellbeing programme. Created by employers for employers.
This Toolkit provides practical guidance in promoting learning & development in companies as part of an integrated health and wellbeing programme.
What is it? This discussion kit has been designed to get people thinking more about their wellbeing or that of their community and to consider what action could be taken to improve it in their area.Developed by Our Life in partnership with NHS North West, the North West Public Health Observatory, NHS Cumbria and NHS Liverpool, 'A Fair Deal for Wellbeing?' enables small groups of citizens to organise their own discussion about this complex issue. Through the use of a set of cards, groups can consider a range of opinions before suggesting what they think is the best course of action. The kit can be used in groups of up to 10 people or as few as three and allows people to lead their own deliberative processes in whichever venue they like, with whoever they want to. Whether you are a group wanting to know more about improving your own wellbeing or interested in taking action together within your community; maybe you are a worker wanting to develop a plan or to seek views from others about what is important - this kit is built on everyone having a part to play in improving wellbeing.
Final version of the Mental Well-being Impact Assessment Toolkit (2011). The 'Mental Well-being Impact Assessment. A toolkit for well-being' has been updated in order to reflect new government policy, international evidence and the successful National MWIA capacity building programme. Improving population mental health and well-being is a key theme in the Government's Mental Health Strategy and the Public Health White Paper. The toolkit helps support national, regional and local services and systems across health, local government, the voluntary, community and private sector to embed mental well-being into their work. This final edition builds on the recent MWIA Toolkit circulated in October 2010 where users were asked to provide feedback.
The managing wellbeing toolkit is your guide to successfully running wellbeing campaigns and activities in your workplace. This toolkit will help you prepare an annual action plan for your new wellbeing campaign, providing guidance on how to get started, how to organise an promote your events and how to get the most out of them.