To help schools address the mental health impact of COVID-19, AC has launched two new initiatives: the Student Resilience Survey (SRS) and Faculty Resilience Survey (FRS).
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The Well-being Index (WBI) is a single score, derived from a 10-minute student survey, that provides a snapshot into school well-being.
The High Achieving Schools Survey (HASS) is a comprehensive measurement of school well-being that allows our team to provide the top 2-3 recommendations for improvement.
The Faculty Well-Being Survey (FWBS) illuminates levels of stress and positive well-being among adults at school, as well as factors that are most strongly linked with healthy outcomes.
Based in 30 years of peer-reviewed scientific research by our team.
Continually refined to include culture-specific items that are related to distress and substance use.
Focus on aspects of student life that can be modified to foster well-being.
Enable stakeholders to interact with and filter the data to identify at-risk groups.
Choose a package that will best meet your school's needs
Ideal for schools looking for guidance and a facilitated discussion to drive next steps.
After collecting data at Wilton High School in November 2017, Dr. Luthar visited the school during the Spring of 2018 to report Authentic Connections’ findings and recommendations. Dr. Luthar brought the community together to discuss results —with multiple discussions with parents, faculty and administrators, and students— and worked with the stakeholders to design appropriate interventions.
Based on analyses of modifiable aspects of school climate, the Authentic Connections team determined that the Wilton community should prioritize the top four items, which were associated with symptoms:
AC’s sophisticated data-based approach yielded specific directions that we were able to use to make targeted changes to our programming for enhancing our students’ well being. We are delighted about this ongoing collaboration with AC!
This was our second attempt at collecting student data. The other group we worked with left us wondering, ‘what direction do we head in?’ The Authentic Connections work gave us the direction to know which way we were going. We knew what to look at and what would have an impact on our students.
When I speak with school heads across the country, student mental health is the number one issue that comes up again and again. Many schools really appreciate the roadmap that AC is providing to help give them direction.