Suffolk Mind's ENA reveals impact of pandemic
Date posted: 1/11/2021
Suffolk Mind have been using the HG approach in their daily work across the county for the past ten years - and back in 2019, they began to run an ongoing Emotional Needs Audit which they invite people from across the community to complete regularly.
Using Qualtrics software, the survery asks participants to answer 15 short questions and to rate how well they feel each of their emotional needs, and their physical needs for sleep, exercise and a balanced, healthy diet, are being met on a scale of -3 to 3.
The survey results have given the team at Suffolk Mind an invaluable insight into how the pandemic has impacted their local community over the past year and a half, providing them not only with information about overall levels of wellbeing, but also enabling them to identify which needs have been most affected and which groups within their community have experienced the greatest changes.
You can read more - and discover how Suffolk Mind have been able to use this vital information to make a real difference here.
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