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The validity and reliability of Turkish version of the children's home inventory for listening difficulties - (C.H.I.L.D) questionnaire.

OBJECTIVE: This study aimed to investigate the validity and reliability of the Turkish version of the Children's Home Inventory for Listening Difficulties - (C.H.I.L.D) questionnaire.

METHODS: The study included 121 children with cochlear implants and their families aged 3-12 years and 171 children with normal hearing and their families. Confirmatory factor analysis (C.F.A.) was used to assess construct validity, Cronbach's alpha was used to analyze internal consistency and test-retest reliability was also investigated.

RESULTS: The reliability coefficients of the entire C.H.I.L.D family member (C.H.I.L.D-FM) and children version (C.H.I.L.D-C) were 0.983, 0.978, and Cronbach's coefficients were 0.992, 0.992, and the corrected item-total correlations increased from 0.989 to 0.994 and from 0.988 to 0.994, respectively. The scale's construct validity was excellent, according to the CFA analyses. The goodness-of-fit indexes (for the parent's version 0.892 and for the child's version 0.867) demonstrated a good fit for the single-factor construct, with only the normed fit index revealing an acceptable fit.

CONCLUSION: The Turkish version of the C.H.I.L.D is a reliable and valid evaluation test for children and their family members.

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