Your Overall Wellbeing Results
Overall Wellbeing Score
A score between 0 - 49:
The higher your score the greater your wellbeing. You can aim to boost your wellbeing score by finding activities to get involved in that you will enjoy.
Approximately 25% of the Western Australian population score between 14-49, 50% score between 50-59 and 25% score 60 and above.
If you are feeling very low or unnecessarily anxious, you could talk to your GP about counselling programs that help people deal with their negative thoughts and feelings. You can also get information on depression and other issues from Beyondblue or the Black Dog Institute.
A score between 50-59:
Approximately 50% of the Western Australian population score in this range. You can aim to maintain or even boost your wellbeing score by finding new activities to get involved in that you will enjoy.
A score of 60 and above:
Approximately 25% of the Western 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 new activities that you might enjoy.
When you have finished the Guide and started on some of your plans, answer the questions again after a month or so and calculate your score. Then do it again 3 months later and 6 months later