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Table 3 Evaluation of the PAI questionnaires by parents, children and young adults

From: Feasibility of the Participation and Activity Inventory for Children and Youth (PAI-CY) and Young Adults (PAI-YA) with a visual impairment: a pilot study

Item in evaluation questionnaire Rating Number of parents (%) Number of children/young adults (%) Statements
Satisfaction with admission procedure + 16 (67%) 9 (75%) Questionnaire helps to get a first impression; everything was clear; clear questionnaire; easy to read
± 8 (33%) 3 (25%) a
- 0 (0%) 0 (0%)
Insight in possibilities for rehabilitation + 11 (46%) 5 (83%) No further comments
± 12 (50%) 1 (17%) b
- 1 (4%) 0 (0%)
Representativeness of problems in daily life + 7 (29%) 10 (56%) Nice that there is space for comments; everything was included; some items are very easy/for younger children
± 14 (58%) 8 (44%)
- 3 (13%) 0 (0%)
Difficulty to choose a response option + 18 (75%) 13 (72%) Need a response option between little difficult and very difficult; don’t know some answers
± 4 (17% 5 (28%)
- 2 (8%) 0 (0%)
Satisfaction with identification of rehabilitation needs + 14 (58%) 5 (83%) Makes you think about daily situation
± 10 (42%) 1 (17%) c
- 0 (0%) 0 (0%)
Satisfaction with duration of completing forms + 19 (79%) 13 (72%) No further comments
± 5 (21%) 2 (11%)
- 0 (0%) 3 (17%)
  1. aOnly children aged 7–17 years were asked
  2. bOnly young adults aged 18–25 years were asked
  3. cOnly children aged 13–17 years were asked