Lifestyle Satisfaction Scale (LSS)

To assess people with intellectual disability’s satisfaction with their residence and its community setting and associated services.

Social Production Function Instrument for the Level of Well-being (SPF-ILs)

Social production function (SPF) theory asserts that the universal goals affection, behavioral confirmation, status, comfort and stimulation are the relevant dimensions of subjective well-being. Realization of these substantive goals and the perspective on opportunities to realize these goals in the future contributes to the affective and cognitive component of well-being. To measure levels of affection, behavioral confirmation, status, comfort and stimulation and empirically validate the dimensions of well- being, the SPF-IL scale was developed.

Positive Valuation of Life (VoL)

The Valuation of Life measure is a 19-item survey designed to assess positive and negative valuation of life in older populations or those with chronic illnesses.

Life Dimensions Questionnaire LDQ-30

The Life Dimensions Questionnaire (LDQ-30) was designed to construct a brief, reliable scale that assessed people’s life satisfaction with a variety of life dimensions

Mental Health Continuum-Short Form (MHC-SF)

The Mental Health Continuum Short Form (MHC-SF) is derived from the long form (MHC-LF) which consists of 7 items measuring emotional well-being, 18 items measuring psychological well-being, and 15 items measuring social well-being (40 items total). The MHC-SF consists of 14 items that were selected to represent each fact of well-being. The short form consists of 3 emotional well-being items (reflects hedonic well-being), 6 psychological well-being items, and 5 social well-being items (when combined, reflects eudemonic well-being). These response options assess the frequency with which respondents experience each symptom of positive mental health. This scale also provides a flourishing and languishing mental health indicator based on these three subscales.

Sense of Coherence Scale (SOC)

The Sense of Coherence Scale (SOC) assesses how people view life and identifies how they use their resistance resources to maintain and develop their health.