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Table 1 Items included in Version 1

From: Development of a patient reported outcome measures for measuring the impact of visual impairment following stroke

i. General health 33. Poor light 67. Strangers
ii. General vision 34.Bright light 68. Social activites
1. Blurred vision 35. Dim to bright 69. Entertaining
2. Distortion 36. Bright to dim 70. Outdoor activities
3. Objects jumping 37. Haloes 71. New friends
4. Deterioration 38. Recognising colours 72. Usual activities
5. Fluctuation 39. Clothes 73. Confidence
6. Tiredness 40. Dull colours 74. Accomplishing
7. Two eyes different 41. Pain 75. Limiting how long
8. Double vision 42. Strained 76. Limiting opportunities
9. Judging distance 43. Headaches 77. Usual standard
10. Unusual appearance 44. Dryness 78. Toilet
11. Recognising people 45. Watering 79. Dressing
12. Reading signs 46. Steps 80. Eating
13. Reading bus numbers 47. Tripping 81. Medication
14. Clock 48. Crossing road 82. Pouring drink
15. Recognising faces 49. Familiar areas 83. Preparing food
16. Writing 50. Unfamiliar areas 84. Looking after appearance
17. Work/hobbies 51. Crowded areas 85. Household chores
18. Finding 52. Indoors 86. Shopping
19. Money 53. Outdoors 87. Bathing
20. Watch 54. Uneven 88. Sad
21. Telephone 55. Ever driven 89. Frustrated
22. Finding next line 56. Driving during daytime 90. Vulnerable
23. Ordinary size 57. Driving at night 91. Anxious
24. Small print 58. Seeing cars in next lane 92. Worry
25. Large print 59. Driving in difficult conditions 93. Isolated
26. Watching TV 60. Oncoming headlights 94. Less control
27. Reading text 61. Parking 95. Stressed
28. Cinema 62. Car passenger 96. Not coping
29. Computer 63. Alone 97. Self-conscious
30. Suddenly appearing 64. Public transport 98. Burden
31. Missing patches 65. Meeting family/friends 99. Help from others
32. Objects to side 66. Eye contact 100. Stay at home