CDO 338 9.2 Assessment

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CDO 338 9.2 Assessment
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  1. Informal Procedures to supplement tests
    • Listening/Observing
    • Sample & record continuous speech
    • Probe Lists
  2. Listening/Observing
    • Transcribe any words containing aberrant productions
    • Vowel or consonant
    • From any interactions-with you or others
    • Whether the phoneme in the word is the “target” on the test.
    • /b^lum/   m/n which is not the “target /l/being tested’
  3. Sample & record continuous speech
    • —Get a representational sample of the client’s verbal communication pattern as a basis of looking at “speech” production in context
    • —Speech sample offers information about many different functions, language, voice, prosody
    • —Errors increase or decrease based on production task required:
    • —-More complex linguistic contents generally cause increased articulation errors.
    • —-Speech Patterns improve when children relate information important to them.
  4. Continuous Sample
    • —Do after Artic test
    • Provide objects/pictures that may elicited targeted sounds
    • Sample Size:
    • -3 minutes of client’s conversational speech
    • -100 words minimum
    • -200-250 words preferable
    • Diversify sample: describe pictures, tell stories, describe items function, problem solving.
  5. Probe Lists
    • Supplement the artic test by words/phrases that address the noted problem of the client
    • —Target the sound to be sampled:
    • —-With various vowels
    • —-In various word/syllable positions
  6. Define Speech Intelligibility
    A measure of the ability of a listener to understand the speech used.
  7. Speech Intelligibility
    Two Ways to Measure
    • 1.Rating Scale (see handout)
    • 2.Percent of intelligible words in a speech sample
    • % =Total number of intelligible words
    • Total number of words spoken
  8. Assessing Diadochokinetic Rates
    • A function of motor control
    • Judge the ability of the articulators to perform speech movements
    • 1.Speed
    • 2.Accuracy
  9. Oral-Facial Examination
    • An important component of a complete speech assessment.
    • Rule out structural or Functional factors that relate to a communication disorder.
    • Valid/Reliable understanding of oral structure :
    • -Anatomic
    • -Physiologic
    • -Neurologic
  10. General Aspects of an Oral/Facial Exam
    • Symmetry - midline mirror images not present
    • Color
    • Variance in size relationships
    • Missing Structures
    • Absent or Weak Function
  11. Oral Facial Exam
    Tools
    • Flashlight
    • Tongue Depressor
    • Cotton Gauze
    • Gloves
    • Hand antiseptic
    • Mirror
    • Foods for reluctant patiants
  12. Oral Facial
    Structures
    • face
    • jaw
    • teeth
    • lips
    • tongue
    • pharynx
    • hard palate
    • soft palate
  13. Speech Rate Data
    • Best measured in Syllables Per Minute (SPM)
    •  Age 6   = 140 - 175 SPM
    •  Age 8   = 150 - 180 SPM
    •  Age 10 = 165 - 215 SPM
    •  Age 12 = 165 - 220 SPM

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