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250 Assessment ToolsLEISURE MOTIVATION SCALE (LMS)PURPOSE: The purpose of this scale is to help the patient and the therapist work together to find out, in part, why the patient chooses to engage in leisure activities.DIRECTIONS: Listed below are 48 statements. Each one begins with the phrase: “One of my reasons for engaging in leisure activities is …” To the left of each statement is a line to indicate how true that statement is. A “1” means that the statement is never true, “2” means that it is seldom true, “3” means that it is sometimes true, “4” means that it is often true, and “5” means that it is always true. Write down the number that best fits your situation.DEFINITION: “Leisure Activities” are those things that you do that are not part of your work and are not part of your basic grooming needs.1 NEVER TRUE2 3 SELDOM TRUE SOMEWHAT TRUE4 5 OFTEN TRUE ALWAYS TRUEOne of my reasons for engaging in leisure activities is…
to expand my interests 2. to seek stimulation 3. to make things more meaningful for me 4. to learn about things around me 5. to satisfy my curiosity 6. to explore my knowledge
to learn about myself 8. to expand my knowledge 9. to discover new things 10. to be creative 11. to be original 12.to use my imagination
to be with others 14. to build friendships with others 15. to interact with others 16. to develop close friendships 17. to meet new and different people 18. to help others
so others will think well of me for doing it 20.to reveal my thoughts, feeling, or physical skills to others 21. to influence others 22. to be socially competent and skillful 23.to gain a feeling of bel24. to gain other’s respect otging AMPLEPatient’s Name
to get a feeling of achievement 26. to see what my abilities are 27. to challenge my abilities 28. because I enjoy mastering things 29.to be good in doing them 30.to improve skill and ability in doing them
to compete against others 32. to be active 33. to develop physical skills and abilities 34. to keep in shape physically 35. to use my physical abilities 36. to develop my physical fitness
to be in a calm atmosphere 38. to avoid crowded areas 39. to slow down 40. because I sometimes like to be alone 41. to relax physically 42. to relax mentally
to avoid the hustle and bustle of daily activities 44. to rest 45. to relieve stress and tension 46. to do something simple and easy 47. to unstructure my time 48. to get away from the responsibilities of my everyday life
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Leisure Satisfaction MeasureName: Leisure Satisfaction Measure Also Known As: LSM Authors: Jacob Beard and Mounir RaghebTime Needed to Administer: The amount of time it takes a client to fill out the LSM will typi-cally range between ten and thirty minutes, with most clients taking between fifteen and twenty minutes.Time Needed to Score: Scoring the LSM usually takes less than ten minutes, and often, when the professional is familiar with the scoring, it may take as little as five minutes. Recommended Group: The LSM is appropriate for clients with moderate to no cognitive impairment.Purpose of Assessment: To measure the degree to which a client perceives his/her general “needs” are being met through leisure.What Does the Assessment Measure?: The Leisure Satisfaction Measure indicates the degree to which a client perceives his/her general “needs” are being satisfied through leisure. Being “satisfied” is a multidimensional feeling. This assessment tool divides satisfaction with one’s leisure into six categories: 1. Psychological. Psychological benefits such as a sense of freedom, enjoyment, involvement, and intellectual challenge; 2. Educational. Intellectual stimulation; learning about oneself and one’s surroundings; 3. Social. Rewarding relationships with other people; 4. Relaxation. Relief from the stress and strain of life; 5. Physiological. A means to develop physical fitness, stay healthy, control weight, and other-wise promote well-being; and 6. Aesthetic. Individuals scoring high on this part view the areas in which they engage in their leisure activities as being pleasing, interesting, beautiful, and generally well designed. It is useful for establishing that a client’s needs for leisure are being met by the existing pro-grams and for finding areas where interventions may increase the client’s level of satisfaction with leisure.Supplies Needed: LSMmanual, score sheet, and writing implement.Reliability/Validity: The LSM’s reliability and validity were tested using a variety of methods including (but not limited to) literature review, expert panel, content validity, construct validity, and reliability.

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