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This set of questions indicates your current state of overall wellbeing. Answer the questions in the order that they appear. You can then work out your overall wellbeing score and see what it means.
Below are some statements about your feelings and thoughts. Simply tick the box that best describes your experience over the last 2 weeks.
A score between 14-49: Approximately 25% of the Australian population score in this range. You can aim to boost your wellbeing score by connecting with people who count on you, helping someone else doing a new activity, or learning a new skill or maybe by appreciating your environment more. If you are feeling very low or unnecessarily anxious, you could talk to your GP or health service.
A score between 50-59: Approximately 50% of the Australian population score in this range. You can aim to maintain or even boost your wellbeing score by doing one or more of the 5 Ways to Wellbeing.
A score of 60 and above: Approximately 25% of the Australian population score in this range. You can aim to maintain your wellbeing score by keeping up the activities you are already involved in or perhaps trying one of the 5 Ways to Wellbeing.
Use the links provided to learn how to improve your wellbeing score and to get idea, and click here to download a sheet you can print off and use (My 5 Ways to Wellbeing Plan), to record how you will improve your wellbeing.