The Multifaceted Lifestyle Satisfaction Scale (MLSS) is an interview structured primarily for individuals with mental retardation to assess their professed satisfaction with their living arrangements and communities, their personal relationships, their recreation and leisure, their employment, and their degree of self-direction
This 75-item measure is designed to assess quality of life in children 2-18 years old.
The Schedule for the Evaluation of Individual Quality of Life (SEIQoL) is an interview-based instrument for the assessment of quality of life (QoL) of the individual. The SEIQoL has been used with a variety of patient groups, but its applicability may be limited in illnesses which impair cognitive functioning or motivational state. Successful completion of the SEIQoL requires, inter alia. insight into the factors which determine one’s quality of life. the ability to think abstractly and the ability to make judgments based on information presented in diagrammatic form. Therefore, its use with patients in whom these abilities are impaired may be problematic.
The Lifestyle Assessment Questionnaire measures the impact of disability based on how frequently children engage and participate in a range of activities and what those activities are. It also provides contextual information on the impact of the disability on the participation of the family unit
The Life Satisfaction Matrix: an instrument and procedure for assessing the subjective quality of life of individuals with profound multiple disabilities
The Atkinson Life Happiness Scale consists of two indexes are computed from the QOL measures. The General Quality of Life Index combines responses from the life satisfaction, ladder and happiness measures while the Domain Satisfaction Index is an average of responses to the job, financial, housing, health and marriage/romance domains.
The measure was developed to assess well-being among Kuwaitis in a way that reflects the Raha within the Kuwaiti culture, and reflects Kuwaiti cultural idioms of distress.
This measure modifies the LQoLP to cover the quality of life-concept in a more comprehensive manner. The LQoLP is one of the most commonly used instruments to measure QoL in Europe.
The Quality of Life Enjoyment and Satisfaction Questionnaire (Q-LES-Q) was developed by the authors to enable investigators and clinicians to easily obtain sensitive self-report measures of the degree of enjoyment and satisfaction experienced by subjects in various areas of daily functioning. The intent was to use a format and content applicable for assessment of subjects with a wide variety of mental and medical disorders.
To assess people with intellectual disability’s satisfaction with their residence and its community setting and associated services.