The dashboard comprises 4 pages, each telling a different story of our impact. We are interested in if wellbeing data changes are consistent for all young people. We also want to understand where we don't see a change in wellbeing, or even see it decline.
As soon as a young person submits a response to one of their pre or post trip questionnaires, the dashboard updates in real-time so whatever is on our website is live reporting of our impact.
Page 1 - provides a brief introduction to our data collection and measurement process, and you can see how many young people the dashboard measures, over what time period, and the number of trips.
Page 2 – starts diving deeper into the headline stats. We’re using a validated wellbeing tool - Short Warwick Edinburgh Mental Wellbeing Scale - to measure change in wellbeing and identify drivers to improve wellbeing, such as self-worth, connection, etc.
This is a powerful and academically robust tool, used across a range of settings, including healthcare, education, and community settings with people aged 14+.
On the right, the levels of wellbeing data graph weights young people's scores against average population data wellbeing scores.
On the left, the average questionnaire scores shows the change between pre, post and follow up trips in the seven wellbeing question areas.
Page 3 - focuses on changes in short term wellbeing scores - the difference between the questionnaires sent pre and immediately after the trip.
Page 4 - focuses on how we sustain wellbeing in the medium term, through data taken three months after the trip.