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AAccess to essential ressources

A00Access to essential ressources in general

What does ill-being mean to you?

THE PENSIONIERS

Anxiety of unemployed, well-educated children and their flats

What does well-being mean to you?

FIREMEN

Fulfilment of all needs

A01Food / drink

What does ill-being mean to you?

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

Lack of coffee in Social House

What does well-being mean to you?

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

Good food

A02Healthcare and medicine

What does ill-being mean to you?

THE PENSIONIERS

Problem with getting to specialist

Long waiting to a doctor specialist

Long wait for a doctor's appointment

Long wait for rehabilitation

Cumbersome time limits for the queue to doctors

Bad conditions for treating

What does well-being mean to you?

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

Good therapeutists

Good nurses

THE PENSIONIERS

I do not need to spend much money on medications

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO JOBS

Free medications for children under 16

To cure health care system

A03Housing / furniture

What does ill-being mean to you?

THE PENSIONIERS

High rents for flats

What does well-being mean to you?

PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO JOBS

House on your own

Have a flat

THE PENSIONIERS

To have flat for my own

Flat

Senior House

Good flat conditions

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO JOBS

More flats

A05Education / training

What does ill-being mean to you?

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

Problems with working with the computer

What does well-being mean to you?

PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO JOBS

Education of oneself and children

THE PENSIONIERS

Education of my children and grandchildren

My daughter’s good performance at school

A06Employment / work

What does ill-being mean to you?

PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO JOBS

Lack of job

THE PENSIONIERS

Health service

No work

What does well-being mean to you?

FIREMEN

Job

PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO JOBS

Job

Stable job

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO JOBS

To get better paid jobs

THE PENSIONIERS

Find a job for a retiree, as it is not enough resources for food and basic fees

A07Leisure culture / sports activities

What does ill-being mean to you?

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

I can't go to the seaside this year

THE PENSIONIERS

Too few parties for the elderly

What does well-being mean to you?

FIREMEN

Tennis

PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO JOBS

Many events for children

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

Weekend

Empik store where I can buy a Cd

Going to Helios cinema

Good films

Good fun

Joyful Holiday

Holidays

Good fun

Fun in Social House

THE PENSIONIERS

To spend my free time on trips, spa

A08Purchasing power / personal finance

What does ill-being mean to you?

FIREMEN

Lack of finances

Lack of financial safety

PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO JOBS

Lack of resources to live

Lac of money

THE PENSIONIERS

Low pensions

Worsening of the financial situation of people

Too low pension

What does well-being mean to you?

FIREMEN

Lack of financial problems

PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO JOBS

Money

Good salary

THE PENSIONIERS

Good economic situation

Stability of paid pension

A09Home care / personal services

What does ill-being mean to you?

THE PENSIONIERS

Lack of help for the lonesome

Lack of subsidy to low pensions

What does well-being mean to you?

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

Insurance

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

THE PENSIONIERS

Government should not take away a burial allowance

A10Mobility

What does ill-being mean to you?

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

No bus no.12 at the weekends

THE PENSIONIERS

Lack of buses

Low rates of buses

What does well-being mean to you?

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

Travels by train

BLiving environment

B01Healthiness/pollution/noise

What does ill-being mean to you?

THE PENSIONIERS

Lack of rubbish bins

Lack of control of purity in the city (the streets are not cleaned)

Dirty bus stops

What does well-being mean to you?

PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO JOBS

Children’s health

B02Basic infrastructure

What does ill-being mean to you?

THE PENSIONIERS

Bad pavements

Bad roads

What does well-being mean to you?

THE PENSIONIERS

Pavements in good condition

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO JOBS

Improve roads

More parking places

Better roads

Improve safety on roads

B03Services infrastructure

What does ill-being mean to you?

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

Lack of Media Markt store in Debica

What does well-being mean to you?

THE PENSIONIERS

Close distance to all facilities

Amenities in arriving at the cemetery

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO JOBS

More kindergartens

B04Meeting and leisure spaces

What does ill-being mean to you?

THE PENSIONIERS

Few benches to rest for the elderly

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO JOBS

Create playgrounds for children to play

B05Weather and natural phenomena

What does ill-being mean to you?

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

Rain

Bad weather

Lack of sun

What does well-being mean to you?

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

Good weather

B06Landscape and living spaces

What does well-being mean to you?

PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO JOBS

Green places in town

THE PENSIONIERS

Green places, gardens , flowers

CRelations with and between organisations

C00Relations with and between organisations in general

What does well-being mean to you?

PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO JOBS

Good Mayor

C02Functioning of justice

What does ill-being mean to you?

THE PENSIONIERS

Too few policeman walking in the evening and night

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO JOBS

More police patrols

C05Organisation, management, finance

What does ill-being mean to you?

PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO JOBS

Long queues and dates for doctors

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

Quarrels between politicians

THE PENSIONIERS

High bills for water, gas and electricity

The way of ruling the country

Impairment of health system

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO JOBS

More money for children

THE PENSIONIERS

Obtaining EU aid for the construction of shelters for the lonely and bedridden patients

C06Access, information, contact

What does ill-being mean to you?

THE PENSIONIERS

Clerks

What does well-being mean to you?

PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO JOBS

Friendly clerks

DPersonal relations

D00Personal relations in general

What does ill-being mean to you?

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

Death of close person

Death of a close person

Loneliness

What does well-being mean to you?

PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO JOBS

Being together

Love

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

Sisters that teach me Religion

THE PENSIONIERS

Be the part of the Senior House Group

Contact with others

Good relationships with people

D01Couple / sentimental and sexual relationships

What does well-being mean to you?

FIREMEN

Marriage

Love

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

Love

Health of my wife

Boyfriend

Female friend

LOve

D02Family life / family relations

What does ill-being mean to you?

FIREMEN

Problems of my relatives

What does well-being mean to you?

FIREMEN

Happy family

Smile and happiness of my wife and daughter

Happy family

Baby

Baby smile

PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO JOBS

Happy family

Loving family

Time with family

Being with family

Peace in family

Happiness in family

Happiness of family

Happy children

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

Spending time with the family

Visit of my English family

Family

Life in Family

Family

THE PENSIONIERS

I can count on my children, grandchildren, sons in law

Grandchildren and children

Grand children

D03Friends / relations with friends

What does ill-being mean to you?

FIREMEN

Lack of close friends

What does well-being mean to you?

FIREMEN

Close friend

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

Friends

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

Taking friends to cinema or theatre in Rzeszów

D04Relations within the neighbourhood

What does well-being mean to you?

THE PENSIONIERS

I am happy with neighbors in my staircase

Good neighbours

ESocial balance

E00Social balance in general

What does ill-being mean to you?

FIREMEN

Staying off people

THE PENSIONIERS

Social callousness

What does well-being mean to you?

FIREMEN

Ensuring the safe future

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

FIREMEN

Social life

E06Economic balance

What does well-being mean to you?

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

Peace

FPersonal balance

F00Personal balance in general

What does well-being mean to you?

PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO JOBS

Safety

F01Physical balance and health

What does ill-being mean to you?

FIREMEN

Physical or psychological suffering

Bad health

Bad health

PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO JOBS

Illness

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

Being ill

When I had a car accident

Bad health

Obesity

Being ugly

Unability to have children

Disability

Death

What does well-being mean to you?

FIREMEN

Health

Healthy baby

Not being obese

Good state of mind

Excercise

Health

Health

PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO JOBS

Health

Have health

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

When I'm healthy

Health

Health

THE PENSIONIERS

I am healthy

Health

F02Freedom / personal autonomy

What does well-being mean to you?

PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO JOBS

Independence

F03Personal time management and balance between activities

What does ill-being mean to you?

FIREMEN

Too many duties

Fast life

What does well-being mean to you?

FIREMEN

Free time

F05Spiritual life / religion

What does ill-being mean to you?

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

Disbelief in God

F06Balance in relations with society

What does ill-being mean to you?

FIREMEN

Loneliness

Loneliness

What does well-being mean to you?

THE PENSIONIERS

Being with retirements

F07Balance in relations with nature

What does ill-being mean to you?

FIREMEN

Lack of perspectives

PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO JOBS

Lack of development possibilities

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

I can't do anything properly

What does well-being mean to you?

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

Intellectual development

GWell­being or ill­being feelings

G00Well­being or ill­being feelings in general

What does well-being mean to you?

FIREMEN

Safety

Lack of problems

Baby smile

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

Being here

G02Satisfaction / frustration

What does ill-being mean to you?

FIREMEN

Dissatisfaction

What does well-being mean to you?

FIREMEN

Life satisfaction

Job satisfaction

G04Stress / Peace of mind

What does ill-being mean to you?

FIREMEN

Breakdown

What does well-being mean to you?

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

Rest and Peace

G05Happiness / sadness

What does ill-being mean to you?

FIREMEN

Bad mood

Bad mood

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

Unhappiness

Sadness

What does well-being mean to you?

FIREMEN

Happiness

Joy

Laughing

PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO JOBS

Joy of life

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

Smile

THE PENSIONIERS

Joy of life

HAttitudes and initiatives

H00Attitudes and initiatives in general

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

FIREMEN

Active life

Ethics

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

I don't give up, get up every day to fight for the better future

THE PENSIONIERS

Watch calm before the block (not that young people stayed after 20 in front of the block)

H01Self­improvement / self­respect

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

FIREMEN

Taking care of my health

PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO JOBS

To acquire education, knowledge (courses)

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

Taking exercise

Following a diet to feel better

H02Personal / entrepreneurial initiatives

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

FIREMEN

Try to reach my goals

Searching new solutions

Hobbies, interests

Work

Courses

Study

Loyal job

Helping people

Studying

Doing sports

Courses, broadening my mind

PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO JOBS

To be more assertive

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

Work

Playing the musical instrument

Performing in theatre

Use of my talents

H03Behaviour / sociability

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

FIREMEN

Smile

Loyalty

Meeting friends

Spending time with friends

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

Smile to people

Send card for different occassions

Keeping in touch with friends and family

Help the therapist in her job

Respect people

Smile to people

H04Listening / applying solidarity values

What does well-being mean to you?

THE PENSIONIERS

Help others

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

FIREMEN

Trying to be needed

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

Helping mum in cleaning the house

Love to my mum

Helping around the house

Making out dishes with my mum

Help the elderly

Sharing my knowledge

Help the elderly cross the street

Help the others

THE PENSIONIERS

Take care of children from dysfunctional families

H05Being responsible towards common goods

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

FIREMEN

Being a good role model to follow

Bringing up a good child

THE PENSIONIERS

To report environmental problems

H06Commitment within civic life

What do you or can you do to ensure your own well-being or well-being for all?

FIREMEN

Active social and political life

THE PENSIONIERS

Run for councilor

Take part in social life

Participate in meetings of district, city council sessions,

IRelationships within society

I06Politeness, respect and tolerance

What does ill-being mean to you?

PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO JOBS

Intolerance

Lack of respect

PEOPLE WITH PSYCHIC DISORDERS WHO ATTEND DAY HOUSE

Rude people

THE PENSIONIERS

The arrogance of youth towards the elderly and disabled

What does well-being mean to you?

PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO JOBS

Respect of others

I07Solidarity, sharing and transmission of knowledge and resources

What does well-being mean to you?

THE PENSIONIERS

Children at my block of flat who help me carry my shopping bags to the third floor


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