Caregiver Well-Being Scale

General information
Purpose The Caregiver Well-Being Scale is for Social Workers and other helping professionals to use this self-administered scale to help caregivers examine the areas of their lives in which they can best care for themselves, and discuss areas in which they would like to improve. The scale also provides practitioners with a way to identify caregivers […]
Domain(s) Positive Affect
Quality of Life
Sense of Meaning
Target population Adult
Number of items 45
Administration format self-report
Additional formats
Alternate forms

The Rapid and Short Forms are available

Availability in other languages
Fee for use
Free
Related information on use of the measure

Please contact Dr. Tebb for a copy of the measure at susan.tebb@slu.edu

Non-exhaustive list of psychometric studies

Atar, E., Dilekçi, E., Özsoy Ünübol, T., Gündüz, N., Atar, M., & Aşkın, A. (2021). Caregiver burden in cerebral palsy: Validity and reliability of the Turkish version of caregiver difficulties scale. Child: Care, Health and Development, doi:10.1111/cch.12947


Zanjari, N., Mohammad-Aminzadeh, D., Namjoo, S., & Delbari, A. (2021). Construct validity of the caregiver well-being scale: Among A sample of informal caregivers of chemical warfare elderly veterans. Journal of Military Medicine, 23(9), 702-711. doi:10.30491/JMM.23.9.702

Additional information

If you publish any articles with this measure please inform Dr. Tebb at susan.tebb@slu.edu