These workbooks (one for adults, one for teens and one for kids) are designed to help people identify what’s working, and what’s getting in the way of their journey toward wellbeing. When we know this, we can better articulate to others what we’re experiencing.
These can be a great tool for case managers, healthcare providers, or frontline workers who support clients, patients, or members. They also can be used by people, self-guided (kids will need some help unless they are reading).
Traditional community engagement tools like surveys and focus groups can unintentionally harm communities. It's time to shift from community engagement to centering community. Watch our video to learn how.
Not everyone in our country has equal access to our democracy, or to our democratic processes. Learn how designing for wellbeing can help support democracy in your community.
The proliferation of artificial intelligence (AI) and accelerated use in our day-to-day work and lives requires a moment of reflection. Read our positions statement on AI and how we're adapting our work in response.