interRAI Self-Reported Quality of Life (QOL) Surveys and User’s Manual

TitleinterRAI Self-Reported Quality of Life (QOL) Surveys and User’s Manual
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2016
AuthorsMorris JN, James ML, Fries BE, Hirdes JP, Berg K, Björkgren M, Declercq A, Finne-Soveri H, Gray L, Head MJ, Ljunggren G, Martin L, Meehan B, Smith TF, Steel K, Stewart SL, Szczerbińska K, Topinková E
EditionVersion 9.3, Standard Edition
Number of Pages88
PublisherinterRAI
CityWashington, DC
Publication LanguageEnglish
ISBN Number978-1-62255-048-7
Abstract

The goal of the interRAI Self-Reported Quality of Life (QOL) Surveys is to determine how persons served in a variety of programs and settings experience day-to-day life and assess the services they receive. The surveys focus on issues that generally are not covered in depth in the interRAI integrated suite of clinical assessment instruments, including the person’s perspective on autonomy, privacy, comfort, relationships, and meaningful activities. The surveys include:interRAI QOL-IL for Independent Living — Self-Administered VersioninterRAI QOL-HC for Home Care — Self-Administered VersioninterRAI QOL-HC for Home Care — Interviewer VersioninterRAI QOL-AL for Assisted Living — Self-Administered VersioninterRAI QOL-AL for Assisted Living — Interviewer VersioninterRAI QOL-LTCF for Long-Term Care Facilities (Nursing Homes) — Interviewer VersioninterRAI QOL-MHA for Mental Health and Addictions — Self-Administered VersioninterRAI QOL-MHA for Mental Health and Addictions — Interviewer Version