The World Health Organization (WHO), with the publication of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health: ICF, proposed a new model of disability conceived as the result of the relationship between the condition of health of an individual and the contextual factors. Fougeyrollas et al. (1998) developed a scale, the Life Habits (Life-H), in order to measure the role of environmental determinants in the performance of daily activities by persons with disabilities. However the Life-H is most focused on the measure of the level of the accomplishments of daily activities and the resulting satisfaction achieved, but it is less oriented to stress the role of the perceived quality of the environment experienced. Referring to the psychological environmental domain, therefore, the residential satisfaction is conceived as a multidimensional construct including spatial, social-relational, functional, and contextual aspects. In particular, a specific tool was developed to assess perceived residential environment quality (PREQ) (Bonaiuto, Fornara, Bonnes, 2003; 2006). A pilot study, aiming to investigate the relationship between satisfaction about the level of accomplishment of life habits and the perception of residential environmental quality in Italian disabled resident in the city of Rome, is carried out. In the pre-experimental phase we proceeded with the Life-H 3.0 Italian adaptation; afterwards we investigated the satisfaction in accomplishment of life habits related to the perceived quality of environmental features of 40 participants. administering the Life-H Italian version and the short form of the PREQ. We expect that the Italian version of the Life-H confirms validity and reliability. In particular, we expect a positive correlation between selfperceived accomplishment of life habits and residential environment quality specifically related to the functional aspects and to the socio-relational features of the neighbourhood.