Follow the easy steps below to create a new individual Snapshot.
If you’re looking to create a new Snapshot for a Group you’ll need the Creating a New Group Snapshot guide instead.
From the green navigation bar at the top of the page, click Snapshots. This will take you to the Snapshots page where you can view existing Snapshots and create a new Snapshot.
From the Snapshots page, click on the New Snapshot button above the Snapshots table.
For an individual Snapshot you need to make your selection in the left-hand drop down menu where it says ‘Select participant’.
To find the Participant you want to create the Snapshot for simply start typing their name in the box. Click on their name within the list and then click the Continue button.
Next you will need to select the type of assessment you wish to do for the Participant. Your options here will depend on your user level: Practitioners will be able to access both Universal and Comprehensive assessments; Members will only have the option to access the Universal assessment.
Note: If you are a Practitioner, we strongly recommend that you choose a Comprehensive assessment where this is for an individual Participant. This is because it will give you a more detailed and focussed snapshot of the Participant’s current level of emotional development, and in turn will enable you to better support them in 1:1 work.
Once you have selected the type of assessment you want to do click the Continue button.
Complete the assessment for each of the 11 systems listed under the separate headings. To select your answer to each of the statements simply click within the circular button.
You can click on the Save Snapshot button at the bottom of the page at any point, and then return at a later date by searching for it in the Snapshots page and clicking ‘Edit Snapshot’. We’d recommend you do this if you need to step away from your computer for a moment and return later, as it won’t automatically save along the way.
Try to answer each Snapshot question as accurately as you can. If you click on each question a new page will open with more detailed guidance on what that skill might look like in practice.
Once you have completed your assessment for all systems, click the Save Snapshot button. Don’t forget that you can use the ‘Edit Snapshot’ button if you later realise that you’ve forgotten to answer any questions.
Once you have submitted your Snapshot the results will be displayed in two parts:
Colourful graphs showing the score (%) for each of the 11 systems, plus a summary for each of the 3 system groups (Pro-Social, Blocks to Life / Learning and Executive Functions):
If you hover over any line within the graph you will see a box detailing the score for that particular system. Don’t forget that for RAGE, FEAR and PANIC / GRIEF (the blocks to learning), a lower score is better.
A record of the answers submitted for each of the 11 systems:
Now you have created your new Snapshot, you can create a New Program for the Participant.