- Originally developed as a checklist rather than a measure of life satisfaction (Fugl-Maeyer et al. 1991).
- Target important life domains: vocational, financial and leisure situations, contacts with friends, sexual life, self-care management, family life, partner relationships; physical and psychological health were added (Melin et al. 2003).
The LISAT provides meaningful information on quality of life for clinical and research purposes in the field of SCI. To date, it has been used in several studies involving a SCI population.
Quality of Life