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Table 5 Items that were added to or removed from the questionnaires (item – domain)

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

PAI-CY 0–2 years
• Looking at something from a distance – Visual attention
• Seeing objects in the visual field – Sensorial functioning
PAI-CY 3–6 years
• Completing tasks – Incentive processing
• Being free in movement – Mobility
• Cycling – Mobility
• Participating in traffic – Mobility
• Participating in physical education – Mobility
• Playing outdoors – Mobility
• Participating in sports – Mobility
Talking – Communication
• Recognizing pictures – Reading and writing
• Interest in characters – Reading and writing
• Recognizing characters – Reading and writing
• Initial reading – Reading and writing
• Initial writing – Reading and writing
PAI-CY 7–12 years
• Gaming – Leisure time
• Watching TV – Leisure time
• Participating in sports clubs – Leisure time
• Making music – Leisure time
• Performing hobbies – Leisure time
PAI-CY 13–17 years
• Gaming – Leisure time
• Watching TV – Leisure time
• Participating in sports clubs – Leisure time
• Making music – Leisure time
• Performing hobbies – Leisure time
• Brushing teeth – Self-reliance
• Going to the bathroom – Self-reliance
• Showering/bathing – Self-reliance
PAI-YA 18–25 years
• Driving a scooter – Mobility
• Driving a car – Mobility
• Dealing with steps and stairs – Mobility
Being aware of regulations regarding driving – Mobility
• Following a concert or show in a theatre – Leisure time
Listening to music – Leisure time
Brushing teeth – Self-care
Being informed about new developments – Computer skills
Knowing what to expect when having a relationship – Intimate/romantic relationships
Not standing out as different – Acceptance/self-consciousness
  1. Items indicated in bold/italic were removed; all other items were added