SALSA stands for ‘Screening of Activity Limitation and Safety Awareness’, and is a questionnaire that measures activity limitation in peripheral neuropathy as seen in leprosy and diabetes.
SALSA is a cross cultural tool, comprising 20 items of daily activities related to the three domains of mobility, self-care and work. The questionnaire is administered via an interview. It is a subjective tool, placing the interviewee at the center by presenting how the he/she perceives at his/her functional level. The SALSA Scale is available in the following languages: Bengali (Bangladesh), Bengali (India), Cebuano, Chinese, English, French, Hausa, Hebrew, Hindi, Indonesian, Nepali, Portuguese, Tamil and Yoruba. The scale is expected to be translated into more languages.
|SALSA manual v1.1pdf.pdf||839.95 KB|
|Salsa scale - Amharic version||36.1 KB|
|Salsa scale Nepali S.pdf||72.44 KB|
|SALSA Arabic translation + note.pdf||242.8 KB|
|SALSA scale Bengali.pdf||108.29 KB|
|SALSA scale Cebuano S.pdf||16.27 KB|
|SALSA scale Chinese.pdf||704.1 KB|
|SALSA scale French S.pdf||47.73 KB|
|SALSA scale Hebrew S.pdf||992.63 KB|
|SALSA scale Tamil S.pdf||435.39 KB|
|SALSA scale Yoruba_.pdf||427.74 KB|
|SALSA-scale Bangladesh_S.pdf||572.75 KB|
|SALSA-scale-HIND S.pdf||92.42 KB|