Subjective Vitality Scale (State Level Version)

Assesses momentary state of subjective vitality and characteristics of feeling alive and alert.
Appropriate for use with individuals with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Quality of Life- Questionnaire QoL-Q

The Quality of Life Questionnaire (QOL.Q; Schalock & Keith, 1993) measures the quality of life of a person with an intellectuality disability. It has 40 interviewer-administered items, each of which relates to an aspect of a person’s life. Three possible responses are provided for the person to select the most appropriate to their life situation. Response scores go from 1 (low) to 3 (high). It was designed to allow the computation of four subscales (containing 10 items each), which assess the following dimensions: (1) Personal life satisfaction; (2) Competence and productivity; (3) Empowerment and independence; and (4) Social belonging and community integration.

Personal Wellbeing Index ID

The PWI is designed as the first level of deconstruction of the global, abstract question ‘How satisfied are you with your life as a whole?’ It is designed for people who have an intellectual disability or other form of cognitive impairment.

Interact Short Form

Developed to evaluate desirable and undesirable mood and behavior for people with dementia.