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Integration Inventory (II)

The Integration Inventory (II) is a 37-item Likert scale measuring qualitative well-being experience in older persons.

Generic Children’s Quality of Life Measures (GCQ)

The Generic Children’s Quality of Life Measure (GCQ) is used to measure the quality of life in children between the ages of 6 and 14 years. It can be used with children in the general population, as well as those who have specific health or social difficulties. The GCQ is not symptom-oriented or problem-specific, but focused on areas that are interest to all children such as families, peer relationships and school.

Four Factor Wellness Inventory (4F-WEL)

The Four Factor Wellness Inventory (4F-WEL) is used to help individuals make healthier living choices by assessing characteristics of wellness. The 4F-WEL was developed from the Wellness Evaluation of Lifestyle (WEL) and measures the higher order wellness factor along.

Five Factor Wellness Inventory (5F-WEL)

The Five Factor Wellness Inventory (FF-WEL) is used to help individuals make healthier living choices by assessing characteristics of wellness. The FF-WEL was developed from the Wellness Evaluation of Lifestyle (WEL) and measures the higher order wellness factor along with five second order factors and seventeen discrete scales.

Family Caregiver Quality of Life Scale (FAMQoL)

The 16-item FAMQOL is a brief, easy-to-administer instrument that has evidence of reliability and validity in family caregivers. Physical, psychological, and social well-being can be measured with 4-item subscales.

Chinese Aging Well Profile (CAWP)

To measure subjective well-being in Chinese adults (50+) using a multi-dimensional culturally sensitive instrument that can be applied to large population samples.

Child and Adolescent Wellness Scale (CAWS)

The Child and Adolescent Wellness Scale (CAWS) is a self-report instrument that assesses the social and emotional competencies of children and adolescents. It has been used primarily for research purposes.

Quality of My Life questionnaire (QoML)

The QoML questionnaire isused to measure QoL as ‘global’ con-structs. The questionnaire consists of two single-item statements measured on visual analogue scales.

 

Quality of Life Assessment Form

The measure assesses the areas of daily routine/aspects of daily life, involvement with community-based activities, involvement in domestic tasks, and responsibility for making decisions in their own lives.

How Are You? (HAY)

The HAY covers the physical, social and psychological consequences of illness for children and consists of a generic, a chronic illness section and a disease-specific section.