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What is the Dimensions of Health and Wellbeing?

The Dimensions Tool is a free online tool providing personalised information to support an individual's well-being and mental health. The Dimensions report it creates provides information that is relevant to the ratings made on each of the Dimensions. It can be used to find selfcare, local support groups and telephone help lines, and services offered through various organisations and the NHS.

Frequently Asked Questions

Please follow this link to the Frequently Asked Questions to support you while completing the Dimensions tool.

Dimensions of Health and Wellbeing FAQs

Development of the Dimensions of Health and Wellbeing.

The Dimensions Tool was designed by two clinicians working in Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership Trust, Gemma Cartwright and Heather Moran. They worked with Daniel Kinney from CWPT's IT, to turn those ideas into a tool for use by the general public and professionals. The Dimensions Tool was developed in consultation with service users, parents and carers, local professionals, referrers and clinicians. Dawn Nicholls joined the team from those consultations as our Dimensions Tool Project Manager. Dawn is working with us to raise awareness of Dimensions across the Coventry and Warwickshire community. You can read more about the team below.


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What is the Dimensions of Health and Wellbeing?
This short animation explains who can use the Dimensions tool and how it can support you.

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  • Gemma Cartwright - Dimensions Founder
    Gemma is a Consultant Occupational Therapist with over twenty years of clinical experience. She specialises in working with neurodivergent children, young people and adults. Gemma set up and managed the ‘All age Neurodevelopmental Services’ within Coventry & Warwickshire partnership trust for several years. Gemma’s current roles are ‘System Clinical Lead for Neurodiversity’ across Coventry and Warwickshire and ‘NHS England Regional Clinical Director for Autism’

  • Heather Moran - Dimensions Founder
    Heather is a Consultant Child Clinical Psychologist working at Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust. She is also a Chartered Educational Psychologist and was previously a teacher, a foster carer and a residential social worker. Heather has worked in the Trust's child & adolescent mental health and neurodevelopmental services for over twenty years.

  • Dawn Nicholls - Dimensions Project Manager
    Dawn is our Community Offer and Dimensions tool Project Manager. Dawn has a unique role and as someone who has had family members using our services, she has had personal experience of the importance of being part of a connected community where local community groups have complemented the support offered by services. Dawn is a qualified project manager and facilitates co-production events across Coventry and Warwickshire to create people powered action.

  • Jenny Stockbridge - Dimensions Project Support Officer
    Jenny works with Dawn on the Dimensions of Health and Wellbeing tool. She carried out admin tasks, collates new resources and helps to make sure the Dimensions tool is a useful tool for the people of Coventry and Warwickshire. She has personal experience of supporting people with learning difficulties and helps run a local autism support group. You might meet Jenny when she is out and about promoting the Dimensions of Health and Wellbeing tool at events across Coventry and Warwickshire.

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