How it works

Give Me Five is an early detection mental health and wellbeing screening app that empowers schools, colleges, support organizations and workplaces to identify and provide timely intervention.

 

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Self-reporting

Participants are sent a series of wellbeing-check-in questions that surveys their experience in their current environment. The check-in reviews five core areas of concern, including sleep, anxiety, mood, attention and self-esteem.

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Stakeholder reporting

Stakeholders also have the opportunity to report any wellbeing concerns. Observations are collected and collated into scores to determine the risk profile of the individual being reported about by the stakeholder.

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Organizational overview

Give Me Five allows you a top-down view of the overall organizational population health. Trends are displayed and can be reviewed over time for individuals and cohort groups. Alerts can feature and flag individuals for support. 

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Over 2,500+ participants worldwide

Identify a crisis before it’s too late

According to the World Health Organization, there are 800,000 deaths each year globally from suicide, which is the leading cause of death in young people. Mental wellbeing is becoming a more important area of focus today.

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Screen for warning signs

Receive early warning signs of distress, self-harm, violence and suicide among participants.

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Monitor behaviors

Keep track of concerning behaviors, anxiety, low self-esteem and depression that can impact participants.

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Data triangulation

Monitor participant risks from a range of sources including self-reporting, stakeholders, and organizational data. 

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Triage participants

Detailed filtering to support and triage participants based on their level of risk.

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Targeted support

Prioritise resources and determine appropriate interventions based on triaged data.

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Stakeholder communication

Review and monitor stakeholder responses and take necessary action for overall wellbeing.

What our clients say

Our team at Work options are a current customer using the Give Me Five Application amongst some of our customers. It is a small price to pay and has a large gain in the long run in keeping any unfavorable claims at bay.

Karen Castledine

Managing Director - Work options

Our experience with Give Me Five in 2021 was the it provided helpful profiles of groups of students and of students individually and it really helped in providing targeted support and intervention. Through the screening we were able to identify several children with high/critical concerns that enabled us to take steps to early intervention.

Phil Houweling

Deputy Principal - Kelmscott John Calvin School

We found it has been useful as a key instigator for our counselors to isolate any issues troubling individuals before they escalate and become dire problems that could lead to someone harming themselves or others. The Give me five app has also helped secure data and help monitor ongoing issues amongst individuals.

Mirela Trifunovic

Accommodation Coordinator - Uniting Foyer Central

Give Me Five helps organizations identify and intervene in situations before they occur

As an early detection app, Give me Five will help organizations deliver important and timely wellbeing support for those going through difficult times who may be at a higher risk of self-harm, suicide, bullying and other concerning issues.

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Self-harm

Some people use self-harm as a coping mechanism to deal with stress, depression or anxiety. This behavior requires timely intervention and can escalate into more serious issues including suicide if not addressed.

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Suicide

Suicide is unbelievably tragic and devastating, but some people feel forced into it when they see no other recourse. Issues that can lead to suicide include isolation, depression, mental illness, physical abuse and financial difficulties.

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Harassment

Harassment is a toxic behavior that sometimes occurs in school, the workplace, or other organizational settings. Identifying and stopping this harmful behavior is important to ensure long-term mental health wellbeing. 

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Depression and anxiety

Depression can be genetic in some cases, but it can also be brought on by chronic stress, substance abuse, medical issues and trauma. Recognizing these symptoms early can help organizations intervene promptly. 

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Violence

Violence includes aggression, yelling and physical intimidation, sometimes seen in schools, children’s services, workplaces and disability services. Certain attitudes and emotional states can lead to violence, which Give Me Five can help detect. 

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Bullying

Bullying can make people feel guilty, ashamed, depressed and anxious. Schools and organizations where bullying is rampant typically have poor participant and staff retention, negative culture and a problematic reputation in the community.

About Us

Give me Five is a simple and easy-to-use app that helps detect issues such as poor quality of life, dissatisfaction with services, depression, anxiety, violence and risk of self-harm or suicide. Based on responses to survey questions that take just 5 minutes or less to answer, organizations receive valuable data on the mental health wellbeing of participants and are given the tools to intervene before something tragic occurs.

 

 

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Why Give Me Five?

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Early identification of problems

By identifying difficulties early such as psychological distress, organizations are empowered to act quickly and take appropriate action to preserve long-term wellbeing of participants. 

Simple and easy to complete

The clinical validated survey questions are ranked on 4 factors. The responses are collated and scored to assess the risk profile of each individual taking the survey.

Allows people the comfort of self-reporting

People can often feel more comfortable self-reporting through an app rather than verbally voicing their concerns, allowing organizations to use the data to take immediate action and provide help where necessary.

Greater visibility of people at risk

The data is collected in an easy-to-interpret manner, so organizations have greater visibility of participants at risk. 

What Organizations Use Give Me Five?

Give me Five is used by organizations worldwide. The clinically validated survey questions created through Give me Five can be tailored to:

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Schools

Schools frequently experience issues such as bullying, anxiety and depression. The educational industry has a significant capacity to shape effective interventions and protect children from tragic outcomes. 

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Mental health providers

For mental health providers, Give Me Five provides screening and ongoing monitoring of participants, while also including an opportunity for stakeholders to raise concerns to prevent incidents from occurring.

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Workplaces

Give Me Five helps screen and monitor for issues such as anxiety, resentment or harassment in the workplace, which can lead to greater problems. Give Me Five identifies these behaviors and monitors the effectiveness of measures to improve the situation over time.

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NDIS and disability services

For NDIS and disability services, mental health wellbeing is an important consideration for clients and participants. The simple response campaigns in Give Me Five can be used by participants, carers and family members to help ensure the quality of service and participant wellbeing is maintained.

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Aged care and acute care facilities

In aged care and acute care facilities, issues such as the treatment of patients, feelings of loneliness, depression and anxiety can be and anxiety can be common occurrences. Give Me Five can be an accessible way for providers to keep track of residents and ensure they are getting high-quality care.

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Veteran services

Veterans are at risk of issues such as depression, anxiety, aggression and distress because of the dangerous situations they come across in service life. Give Me Five can help veteran services identify these risks beforehand and take appropriate action to mitigate issues such as self-harm and suicide. 

Our Process

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Live demonstration

Schedule a live demonstration to see how Give Me Five works for participants, stakeholders and administrators. Our team has clinical support and human services experience and can show you how Give Me Five could be customized to your organization.

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Proposal and quote

We’ll provide a proposal for your organization, including the initial setup of question banks and administration, as well as ongoing licensing costs and support. Our licensing costs are shown on our pricing page.

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Training

Once you come on board with Give Me Five, we’ll provide training for your team to understand how the software works for administrators, participants and stakeholders.

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Organization set up

We will then set up your organizational profile and design question banks in Give Me Five to get you ready to start participant campaigns.

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Participant account set up

Once your organization is set up, we will assist you in loading participant and stakeholder details. Each participant and stakeholder will receive an email with their password, which they can use to log in and respond to survey questions.

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Start campaign

Once the organization and participants have been set up, you are ready to start your campaign. You can set up a campaign as one-time or recurring, choose a campaign duration, assign a question bank and so much more.

Frequently Asked Questions

Give Me Five is a mental health wellbeing screening/monitoring app for children’s services, veteran’s services, mental health facilities, NDIS services, workplaces, aged care facilities, emergency services and acute care environments.

Give Me Five screening takes just 5 minutes or less, but it can make a huge difference in helping prevent issues like suicide, anxiety and depression. As an early detection tool, Give Me Five will help organizations deliver important and timely wellbeing support for those going through difficult times who may be at a higher risk of self-harm or workplace issues.

Give Me Five pricing is shown on our pricing page. Enterprise pricing and volume discounts are available. Give Me Five includes unlimited campaigns, initial training, comprehensive screening question bank access and more.

As part of the software, Give Me Five includes email notifications and alerts for participants. The best way to get people to fill in the survey is to integrate it into the culture, routine or for employers, as part of an Employee Assistance Program.

Yes, the details can be configured to the needs of your organization, so only the most relevant questions are sent to people. The question banks have been clinically developed and validated.

It can be one-off or ongoing depending on what you need as an organization. You can run a campaign or different campaigns as many times as you need.

For any high-risk issues raised, Give Me Five helps organizations identify potential issues as quickly as possible, which can assist in preventing tragedies and linking the participant with other support resources.

It is certainly possible for participants to lie or conceal their actual situation in responses. However, research has shown that people are more likely to disclose their feelings in an app than verbally and often want to share if they are in significant distress. The app is not designed for people to be anonymous as it is intended to be used as a tool to help others who may need intervention the most.

The questions are simple and straightforward. The whole survey can be completed in under 5 minutes.

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