Kidscreen assesses children’s and adolescents’ subjective health and wellbeing. It is a measure based on self-reporting for those aged 8-18.
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The provided questionnaire assesses ten domains: physical wellbeing; psychological wellbeing; moods and emotions; self-perception; autonomy; parent relations and home life; social support and peers; school environment; social acceptance (bullying); and financial resources.
The questionnaire takes 10-20 minutes to complete
Shorter and alternative versions of the questionnaire are also available.
Registration and membership entitles users to a package of guidance and support.