OBJECTIVE: This study sought to validate the use of the Self-Report Assessment of Functional Visual Performance (SRAFVP) as a measure of the severity of activity of daily living (ADL) limitations in people with homonymous hemianopia (HH). METHOD: Thirty adults with HH from stroke rated their level of difficulty in completing the SRAFVP. RESULTS: The Cronbach's αs of the SRAFVP and its three subscales (Reading, Eye-Hand Coordination, and Functional Mobility) ranged from .73 to .99. All three subscales were significantly correlated with each other and with the total SRAFVP score. Paired t tests revealed that Functional Mobility was significantly less difficult for participants to complete than Reading or Eye-Hand Coordination. Participants with complete HH reported greater difficulty in completing the Reading tasks than those with macular sparing. CONCLUSION: The SRAFVP demonstrated acceptable reliability and validity in evaluating the severity of ADL impairment in people with HH.