Assessment of Intelligibility of Dysarthric Speech
Assessment of Intelligibility of Dysarthric Speech (AIDS) is a tool for quantifying single-word Intelligibility, sentence Intelligibility, and speaking rate of adult and adolescent speakers with dysarthria. Standard protocols containing speaker tasks, recording techniques, and listener response formats are employed in order to obtain a variety of Intelligibility and communication efficiency measures. Reproducible protocols are included in the back of the Examiner's Manual.
||Kathryn Yorkston, David Beukelman and Charles Traynor
||Examiner's Manual and Picture Book of stimulus words and sentences