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Wellbeing Bingo Game

The Wellbeing Bingo game, which has been developed in partnership with a group of young carers, is an interactive tool to encourage young people to talk about their wellbeing and to support each other to make improvement.

The game can be used by practitioners, such as youth workers, to support young people to understand the concept of wellbeing and to explore ways to improve wellbeing in a group setting.

The game can help participants to:

  • Understand that everyone is unique and has different wellbeing needs at different times in their lives. However, there is no set level of wellbeing that everyone needs to achieve.
  • Talk about their own wellbeing and/or concerns in a safe environment.
  • Be reassured that there is help available if needed.
  • Support other young people to improve their wellbeing.

The resources can be downloaded for free:

Full Wellbeing Bingo Game


Facilitators’ Guide

Please e-mail if you would like to acquire hard copies.


National Third Sector GIRFEC Project

The National Third Sector GIRFEC project is a new partnership between Children in Scotland and the Coalition of Care and Support Providers in Scotland (CPPS).

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