Based on five pillars, this model offers a ‘lens through which we can understand an individual’s life story and a framework to consider holistically the needs and outcomes an individual is experiencing across: financial, physical, mental, relational and purposeful wellbeing’.
Alice’s article also sets out the ways in which the social impact of an intervention on wellbeing can be measured with a view to assessing the success of, for instance, employability programmes or other similar projects.
If you’d like to read Alice’s piece in its entirety click here.
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