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Wellbeing Evaluation Scale

WES
  • Helena Bäckmark Goodwill
  • Liz Halloran
  • Angela Kelly
  • Jan Oyebode
  • Andrew Papadopoulos
Profile wellbeing in older people
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  • WES Complete Kit
    749162147 Qualification Level B

    Includes Manual, Long Form Record Forms (25), Short Form Record Forms (50)

    $362.25

    1-4 $362.25
    5-9 $344.14
    10-24 $326.03
    25-50 $307.91
    51+ $289.80
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    Ready to ship within:6 weeks
  • WES Long Form Record Form (25)
    9780749162092 Qualification Level B

    $145.10

    1-4 $145.10
    5-9 $137.85
    10-24 $130.59
    25-50 $123.34
    51+ $116.08
    Savings are estimated
  • WES Short Form Record Form (50)
    9780749162122 Qualification Level B

    $145.10

    1-4 $145.10
    5-9 $137.85
    10-24 $130.59
    25-50 $123.34
    51+ $116.08
    Savings are estimated

Overview

Publication date:
2011
Age range:
55 years and older
Qualification level:
B
Scoring options:
Hand-scoring
Administration Format:
Paper-and-pencil

Product Details

The Wellbeing Evaluation Scale (WES) is a brief, self-report measure designed to measure wellbeing in older people (age 55+). Informed by an evidence-based theoretical framework, the WES was developed with a reading age of 12 years, and has both long (47-item) and short (19-item) questionnaires. Respondents rate themselves against statements on a 5-point likert scale.

The 47-item Long Form provides a measure of subjective, behavioural, and contextual dimensions of wellbeing across 6 structural properties of wellbeing: Integrity of self, integrity of others, belonging, agency, enrichment, and security. Responses are collated and provide a profile of wellbeing across all 6 domains in addition to population percentages.

The 19-item Short Form provides an average wellbeing score and population percentages.