Quality of Life

Quality of Life instruments capture the person’s day to day experience including their care, autonomy, privacy, participation in activities, comfort, and safety. Results may be used to inform changes to a person’s supports and services. Organizations can use results to adjust a person’s care plan as well as to establish person-reported experience measures (PREM) to drive quality improvement.

Self-report Quality of Life – Child and Youth Mental Health (SQOL-ChYMH)
Self-Reported Quality of Life (QOL)
Self-Reported Quality of Life Survey for Mental Health and Addictions (QOL-MHA)