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Assessment Services

Well-being Safety Assessments offer 4 levels of Assessment Services.

*Disclosure:  All assessors at WSA are highly qualified in their level of experience and education however no assessment will guarantee complete safety from all school related violence.  WSA assessments provide the best proactive response to assist in the prevention of aggressive acts on school grounds.  It is highly recommended the Assessment Summary Report be used as a means to encourage open communication between school officials, parents/guardians, and treatment professionals so intervention can be obtained for those who require it.  WSA provides only the analysis of the assessments given and does not mandate any form of treatment.

Level 1:  

Level 1 Assessment Services will offer your school 100% of the BEST proactive response that can be given to date.  Well-being Safety Assessments is the leading provider in School Violence Assessments and will provide you with the knowledge of who the individuals are who are considered a high risk for violence.  Being able to act on this knowledge will provide you, your students, staff and parents reassurance you have done everything humanly possibly to prevent another school tragedy.  It will also give you the information to provide recommendations to parents of children who are using/or considering using drugs/alcohol, having suicidal thoughts and/or being bullied.  WSA will provide the necessary tool to lead those difficult parent/teacher discussions to prevent future violent acts.  We are not here to point fingers but instead to make all schools safe once again. 

 

Level 1 will provide quarterly assessments on all student body and staff, a Master's level WSA assessor to ​review all assessments and conduct a safety walk-through of school grounds, a complete detailed report documenting all information gathered from the assessment done, knowledge of all high risk students who have the potentiality of violence in and outside of school and recommendations on how to proceed to ensure your school's safety.

Quarterly assessments will provide your school with the ability to monitor and assist high risk newly enrolled students, as well as students who are currently on a high risk watch list who demonstrate progressively deteriorating behavior.  It will also allow you to be aware of what other students know.  Well-being Safety Assessments not only gathers information on a student's own behavior but also asks about his or her friends and acquaintances.  (Question 44:  At your school, is there someone who you feel has the potential to be violent to others? )  With Level 1 Services, your school will have the eyes and ears it needs to prevent future violent acts before they occur.  By doing well-being assessments every two to three months, the probability of catching an aggressive thought before it turns into violence is substantially increased.     

Cost:  $15,600  (approximately $4.88 per assessment)

 

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Level 2: 

Level 2 Assessment Services will provide biannual assessments on all student body and staff, a Master's level WSA assessor to ​review all assessments and conduct a safety walk-through of school grounds, a complete detailed report documenting all information gathered from the assessment done, knowledge of all high risk students who have the potentiality of violence in and outside of school and recommendations on how to proceed to ensure your school's safety.  It will also give you the information to provide recommendations to parents of children who are using/or considering using drugs/alcohol, having suicidal thoughts and/or being extremely bullied.  WSA will provide the necessary tool to lead those difficult parent/teacher discussions to prevent future aggressive acts.  We are not here to point fingers but instead to make schools safe once again.

Biannual assessments will provide your school with the ability to monitor and assist high risk newly enrolled students, as well as students who are currently on a high risk watch list who demonstrate progressively deteriorating behavior.  It will also allow you to be aware of what other students know.  Well-being Safety Assessments not only gathers information on a student's own behavior but also asks about his or her friends and acquaintances. (Question 44:  At your school, is there someone who you feel has the potential to be violent to others? )  With Level 2 Services, your school will have the eyes and ears it needs to prevent future violent acts before they occur.  By doing well-being assessments two times during the  school year, the probability of catching an aggressive thought before it turns into violence is substantially increased.     

Cost:  $7,800  (approximately $4.88 per assessment)

 

Level 3: 

Level 3 Assessment Services will provide an annual assessment on all student body and staff, a Master's level WSA assessor to ​review all assessments and conduct a safety walk-through of school grounds, a complete detailed report documenting all information gathered from the assessment done, knowledge of all high risk students who have the potentiality of violence in and outside of school and recommendations on how to proceed to ensure your school's safety.  It will also give you the information to provide recommendations to parents of children who are using/or considering using drugs/alcohol, having suicidal thoughts and/or being extremely bullied.  WSA will provide the necessary tool to lead those difficult parent/teacher discussions to prevent future aggressive acts.  We are not here to point fingers but instead to make schools safe once again.

Annual assessments will provide your school with the ability to monitor and assist students and staff considered to be high risk for violent behavior. It will also allow you to be aware of what other students know.  Well-being Safety Assessments not only gathers information on a student's own behavior but also asks about his or her friends and acquaintances.  (Question 44:  At your school, is there someone who you feel has the potential to be violent to others? )  With Level 3 Assessment Services, your school will have the eyes and ears it needs to prevent future violent acts before they occur.  By doing well-being assessments every school year, the probability of catching an aggressive thought before it turns into violence is substantially increased.     

Cost:  $3,900   (approximately $4.88 per assessment)

 

Level 4: 

Level 4 Assessment Services will provide an online assessment for all student body and staff, a Master's level WSA assessor to ​review all assessments, a complete detailed report documenting all information gathered from the assessment done, knowledge of all high risk students who have the potentiality of violence in and outside of school and recommendations on how to proceed to ensure your school's safety.  It will also give you the information to provide recommendations to parents of children who are using/or considering using drugs/alcohol, having suicidal thoughts and/or being extremely bullied.  WSA will provide the necessary tool to lead those difficult parent/teacher discussions to prevent future violent acts.  We are not here to point fingers but instead to make schools safe once again.

Well-being Safety Assessments have created an online assessment containing 55 questions which asks students and staff about their own behavior as well as their friends and acquaintances.  The online assessment determines the propensity with which an individual is capable of committing a violent act on school grounds.  This well-being assessment will assist your Administrators in determining how to better meet the needs of your school.  Although it is highly recommended to have a WSA assessor on school grounds to dissect assessment results with particular students and counselors, it is not required. 

 

Level 4 Assessment Services provides an economical way in which smaller schools can address the needs of their students and staff while still meeting budgetary constraints.       

Cost:  $1750   (approximately $2.18 per assessment)