Most organisations using NPC’s Well-being Measure do two surveys with each group they work with – an ‘initial’ and a ‘follow-up’. This is useful for testing the impact of a project on young people by comparing well-being scores before and after.
To do a second follow-up, simply click ‘follow-up’ on the initial survey. This is the same as you did for the first follow-up.
Like your first follow-up, your second follow-up compares results to the initial survey. This allows you to see whether there are long-term changes in well-being, right back from when you started working with young people.
When it comes to interpreting your results, you need to look at the first and second follow-up as separate studies. By observing at the differences between them you can then draw conclusions about immediate and long-term effects on young people.
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