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To encourage self-determination and address health disparities among persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities, clinicians and researchers rely on self-reported measures like health-related quality of life (HRQoL). This study evaluated the psychometric properties of a theory-driven self-reported HRQoL measure for adults requiring mild to moderate support related to intellectual and developmental disabilities. 224 volunteers completed 42 quality of life items developed withdoi:10.1111/jar.12831 pmid:33522020 pmcid:PMC8247975 fatcat:5wd73dnzo5cgphjo6rgyn2gzre