The shortened version of the Caregiver Well-Being Scale (CWBS) is designed to help family caregivers, clinicians, and researchers identify areas of caregiver strength and areas in which additional support is needed.
Developed as a QOL assessment tool for use with people with physical or intellectual disabilities. It is a new module added to the WHOQOL-BREF (26 items) to assess the QOL of people with disabilities and comprises a 13-item self-report questionnaire for three sub-domains.
The NIH Toolbox Emotion Battery, recommended for ages 8+, consists of measures of Positive Affect, General Life Satisfaction, Emotional Support, Friendship, Loneliness, Perceived Rejection, Perceived Hostility, Self-Efficacy, Sadness, Perceived Stress, Fear, and Anger. For ages 18+, the battery also includes measures of Meaning and Purpose and Instrumental Support.
The Perceived Life Significance Scale (PLSS) is a psychometrically valid measure of life significance used in the assessment and treatment of grief and loss. Key aspects include life satisfaction, sense of meaning, affective well-being, and goal pursuit.
The Ryff Scales of Psychological Well-Being is a theoretically grounded instrument that specifically focuses on measuring multiple facets of psychological well-being. These facets include the following: (1) self-acceptance, (2) the establishment of quality ties to others, (3) a sense of autonomy in thought and action, (4) the ability to manage complex environments to suit personal needs and values, (5) the pursuit of meaningful goals and a sense of purpose in life, (6) continued growth and development as a person.
This measure is designed for use with individuals who have intellectual disabilities. It is comprised of two forms, with around 300 questions each: one for the individual (subjective form) and their caretaker (objective form), with the goal of measuring quality of life through several domains.
The Integration Inventory (II) is a 37-item Likert scale measuring qualitative well-being experience in older persons.
The WHO-5 Well-being index is a 5-item measure that assessing subjective psychological well-being.
The Perceived Wellbeing Scale (PWB) allows for separate assessment of psychological and physical well-being. The PWB is a short and convenient instrument applicable to the elderly.
This 75-item measure is designed to assess quality of life in children 2-18 years old.