The Wellbeing Test

Helping you to better understand how your choices effect how WELL you live.

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How it Works

FUNCTIONAL SIGN POSTING
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GreenHeart Community

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The Wheel of Life

Move sliders left or right to score how much you agree with the following statements. "10" if you totally agree and "1" if you totally disagree.
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Wheel of Life

This is a "Snapshot" of your life. If you want a more in-depth analysis that looks at your Biology, Psychology and Social health, take our Wellbeing test.

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We respect your privacy

At GreenHeart, accessible from https://www.greenheartcommunity.org, one of our main priorities is the privacy of our visitors. This Privacy Policy document contains types of information that is collected and recorded by GreenHeart and how we use it.

If you have additional questions or require more information about our Privacy Policy, do not hesitate to contact us through email at info@greenheartcommunity.org


General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

We are a Data Controller of your information.

GreenHeart legal basis for collecting and using the personal information described in this Privacy Policy depends on the Personal Information we collect and the specific context in which we collect the information: In this case GreenHeart needs to reply to your connection with us via the site.

GreenHreart will retain your personal information only for as long as is necessary for the purposes set out in this Privacy Policy. We will retain and use your information to the extent necessary to comply with our legal obligations, resolve disputes, and enforce our policies.

If you are a resident of the European Economic Area (EEA), you have certain data protection rights. If you wish to be informed what Personal Information we hold about you and if you want it to be removed from our systems, please contact us.

In certain circumstances, you have the following data protection rights:

The right to access, update or to delete the information we have on you.

The right of rectification.

The right to object.

The right of restriction.

The right to data portability

The right to withdraw consent


Log Files

GreenHeart follows a standard procedure of using log files. These files log visitors when they visit websites. All hosting companies do this and are a part of hosting services' analytics. The information collected by log files include internet protocol (IP) addresses, browser type, Internet Service Provider (ISP), date and time stamp, referring/exit pages, and possibly the number of clicks. These are not linked to any information that is personally identifiable. The purpose of the information is for analysing trends, administering the site, tracking users' movement on the website, and gathering demographic information.


Cookies and Web Beacons

Like any other website, GreenHeart uses 'cookies'. These cookies are used to store information including visitors' preferences, and the pages on the website that the visitor accessed or visited. The information is used to optimise the users' experience by customising our web page content based on visitors' browser type and/or other information.


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Our Privacy Policy applies only to our online activities and is valid for visitors to our website with regards to the information that they shared. This policy is not applicable to any information collected offline or via channels other than this website.


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Based on your score with have compiled a list of resources.

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The Greenheart Manifesto

With the current climate for health and social care reaching climax and front-line services struggling to meet demand, the need for more harmony is evident. A transformational shift is required, where everyone recognises, they are a stakeholder of change. Whether it’s the public, private or voluntary sector, the mindset must focus on Community Ecological Development. Why? Because everyone is impacted by the environment in which they live. Interdependency is the nature of all living things, and knowing this breeds optimism.

For communities to become safer, healthier and more reliable requires a humanistic and ecological approach. The purpose of this manifesto is to introduce a logical and sustainable model for harmonious living, one that improves welfare and contentment for all. Such aims focus on an economy that wholeheartedly meets people’s needs before commercial growth.

Moral Wounding

To align with one another and embrace our wholeness requires an atmosphere of hope and empowerment. Hope is like a spark; it fuels empowerment. Without hope, there's a tendency to question the status quo. Without the correct answers, the human tendency is to withdraw. When we have to ask questions about the balance and fairness of things, it can be disempowering. Such moral wounding dampens the spirit and fuels despair. As a result, neurosis and addiction are the epidemics healthcare should focus upon.


Tipping the Scales

To balance the scales of wealth and health may seem radical and yet requires no more than a shift in attitude. A logical approach to how we structure our priorities will achieve a more equitable outcome for the whole. The most primal common denominators for human wellbeing and contentment are food, shelter, entertainment and social connection. These branches are how we measure the success of a Greenheart Community. To foster the mindset of 'we' over 'me' requires trust, which must be earned from those who drive community services. With community confidence, we can educate people to take more responsibility for their health and longevity. This approach will significantly reduce work-related stress, long term illness and improve end-of-life care.


Community Ecological Development – the time is ripe!

To cultivate a diverse and thriving community, we need to look no further than mother nature. A Greenheart Community will base itself on an ‘eco-logical approach. To do this, we call upon the model of permaculture. This natural resilience method embraces cross-pollination through regenerative agriculture. When planting seeds from this perspective, the farmer capitalises on diversity to improve his yield and, in doing so, leaves behind more fertile soil for future crops to thrive. All that’s required is a strong foundation, a little know-how, and some tender love and care. A Greenheart Community approaches people-care with the same vigilance.


To Conclude

Rising global health costs and a disproportioned economy is causing our population to become adjugated. The current political landscape breeds prejudice which limits choice and fuels frustration. We cannot measure human evolution by how busy our health care systems are.


This document merely offers a seed of intention. Without water, it could shrivel up and die. Watering is the responsibility of every one of us if we are to avoid the sour fruit of poverty. You do not need a degree to understand this concept; it requires nothing more than a willingness to stand up and be counted. 

If you value sharing your life experience with others in a safe and nurturing environment, click I'm in below.


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The Wheel of Life for young people

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Our Manifesto

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A C E

Adverse Childhood Experiences

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Our test gives a snapshot and progress steps for key factors in your life

The test is broken down into three parts, Biological, Psychological and Social. Each part has a series of questions designed to give us an insight into who and how you are. Using our specially designed algorithms, we then analise your data to identify where you might make improvements.

When the test is complete your scores will be shown as a simple pie chart. The functional signposting element then lists resources that could help with your development.

This is how it works

Built on years of experience and the latest research in human development

Understanding the ‘level of need’ is crucial in the complex field of well-being. ‘Functional Signposting’ provides a snapshot of an individual’s physical and mental life journey (psychopathology) and assists them in finding accurate support. The diagnostic questionnaire homes-in on key factors often corolated with life stress.  

The Q & A process helps users and service providers better understand any complexities and builds awareness around personal development and/or therapeutic interventions.

Our biomarkers cover mental health, physical activity, social engagement and adverse childhood events (ACES). Singularly these impact on wellbeing; intertwined they can have dramatic consequences on long term health.  

Diagnostic questions of this nature raise appreciation and curiosity towards addressing wellbeing outside of conventional realms. We equally appreciate the barriers that prevent people from looking at alternative methods and suggest users keep an open mind.

We considered the following in our research

  •  What would it take to keep the user coming back? ·
  •  What are core regulation tactics?
  •  How can the user track progress?
  •  Signposting valuable resources?
  •  Addressing change and addictive behaviours 
  •  Tackling loneliness and social isolation
  •  Early intervention and prevention

An individual's capacity to learn is influenced strongly by their neuro-physiological `state' (e.g. their state of curiosity rather than a state of boredom).

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GreenHeart provides functional life skills and services that give our members the opportunity to learn, share and grow. Our mission is to positively impact the physical and mental well-being of our community. All living things interconnect with nature and therefore depend upon a safe nurturing environment. 

The objective of our work is to break down socioeconomic barriers across all genders, ages and abilities, regardless of an individual’s education or upbringing. We aim to instil the mind-set that 'wellness' is something we all have to work at and this must be taken seriously. 

‘To help a person re-orient their experience, they must be encouraged to find compassion. When human beings re-establish the need for self-care they respect the environment more. This winning combination breeds healthy, happy, societies free from disease.'

Transformation (Psychological needs theory)

 Stress prolongs healing and perpetuates crisis… 

 A healthy relationship with oneself, friends, colleagues, family and the environment, equates to a healthy immune system which greatly impacts well-being. 

Gene expression is a regulation process that causes human cells to respond to stimuli from their environment. Our diagnostic questions reveal biomarkers which impact well-being. With the right intention completing the questionnaire alone can asssit transformion.

Areas Covered:

BIOLOGY: Physical fitness, lifestyle, pain threshold, sleep, diet and methylation – the ability to detoxify. Taking a holistic approach to the body.

PSYCHOLOGY: Mental health, motivation, emotional intelligence, autonomy – coping with stressful life events. Psychology is impacted by co-factors outside the biological realm.

SOCIAL: Family, career, time spent outside work, hobbies, etc. Social genomics now prove that isolation majorly impacts gene expression and therefore wellbeing. 


"Harmonise"


With the current climate for health and social care reaching climax and front-line services struggling to meet demand, the need for more harmony is evident. A transformational shift is required, where everyone recognises, they are a stakeholder of change. Whether it’s the public, private or voluntary sector, the mindset must focus on Community Ecological Development. Why? Because everyone is impacted by the environment in which they live. Interdependency is the nature of all living things, and knowing this breeds optimism.

For communities to become safer, healthier and more reliable requires a humanistic and ecological approach. The purpose of this manifesto is to introduce a logical and sustainable model for harmonious living, one that improves welfare and contentment for all. Such aims focus on an economy that wholeheartedly meets people’s needs before commercial growth.


Moral Wounding

To align with one another and embrace our wholeness requires an atmosphere of hope and empowerment. Hope is like a spark; it fuels empowerment. Without hope, there’s a tendency to question the status quo. Without healthy validation, the human tendency is to withdraw. When we have to ask questions about the balance and fairness of things, it is disempowering. Such moral wounding dampens the spirit and fuels despair. As a result, neurosis and addiction are on the rise. This is the epidemic healthcare might do better to focus upon.


Tipping the Scales

To balance the scales of wealth and health may seem radical and yet requires no more than a shift in attitude. A logical approach to how we structure our priorities will achieve a more equitable outcome for the whole. The most primal common denominators for human health and contentment are food, shelter, entertainment and social connection. These branches are how we measure the success of a Greenheart Community. To foster the mindset of ‘we’ over ‘me’ requires trust, which must be earned from those who drive community services. With community confidence, we can better educate people to take more responsibility for their health and longevity. This approach will significantly reduce work-related stress, long term illness and improve end-of-life care.


Community Ecological Development – the time is ripe!

To cultivate a diverse and thriving community, we need to look no further than mother nature. A Greenheart Community will base itself on an ‘eco-logical approach. To do this, we call upon the model of permaculture. This natural resilience method embraces cross-pollination through regenerative agriculture. When planting seeds from this perspective, the farmer capitalises on diversity to improve his yield and, in doing so, leaves behind more fertile soil for future crops to thrive. All that’s required is a strong foundation, a little know-how, and some tender love and care. A Greenheart Community approaches people-care with the same vigilance.


To Conclude

Rising global health costs and a disproportioned economy is causing our population to become agitated. The current political landscape breeds prejudice which limits choice and fuels frustration. We cannot measure human evolution by how busy our health care systems are.

This document merely offers a seed of intention. Without water, it could shrivel up and die. Watering is the responsibility of every one of us if we are to avoid the sour fruit of poverty. You do not need a degree to understand this concept; it requires nothing more than a willingness to stand up and be counted. 


If you follow similar Greenheart policies, we welcome you to share your services on our local provider map.



Thank you for joining us. Together we can make the world a better place

Together we can make the world a better place

What is ACE and PCE?

A.C.E stands for Adverse Childhood Event.

10 types of childhood events, which result as trauma, are measured in the ACE Study. Five are personal — physical abuse, verbal abuse, sexual abuse, physical and emotional neglect. Five are related to other family members: witnessing a parent’s addiction, witnessing a victim of domestic violence, a family member in jail, the loss of a parent through divorce, death, or abandonment. Also, being amongst someone with a mental illness imacts your ACE score.


P.C.E stands for Positive Childhood Event

Although PCE’s cannot overwrite traumatic events, it can be beneficial to recognise them.


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We're on a mission

The physical and mental health of the community is at the heart of what we do. Our unique “Wellbeing test” helps people to better understand how lifestyle impacts their life. And if they need help, our resources and partners are there to support them. 

With our interactive “Wheel of Life” we help young and not so young to see, in just a few simple clicks, a snapshot of their life.

And the newly developed ACE and PCE tests will help people to understand why trauma is such an important part of who they are.

We provide all these amazing tools for the community to use, free of charge.

But we need help, your help.

We want to help more people and to do that we need funds.


  • To run workshops
  • To run social media campaigns
  • To publicise in local publications
  • To continue to fine-tune or resources

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