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Wellbeing: Improving Outcomes

Our wellbeing is influenced by everything around us and the different experiences and needs we have at different times in our lives.

In Scotland, wellbeing is defined by eight indicators. This is so everyone has the same understanding of what wellbeing means. The indicators are: Safe, Healthy, Achieving, Nurtured, Active, Respected, Responsible and Included (SHANARRI). For further information, please see the Scottish Government information on GIRFEC for children, young people and families or the GIRFEC wellbeing page on the Young Scots website, which was developed by young people for young people. More recently, the importance that hope for the future has in improving wellbeing and outcomes has been highlighted.

This on-line tool can help you share your view of how (you are / the child you care for is / the child you work with is) in each of the eight wellbeing areas, so we can work out what is going well and any areas that you think could be improved through support. It also has space to think about (your / the child you care for / the child you work with) hopes for the future. There are no right or wrong answers; it is about what you think.