About Articulation Assessment Toolkit

The Articulation Assessment Toolkit (AAT) is an individually administered clinical tool for screening, identification, diagnosis, and follow-up evaluation of articulation skills in English speaking individuals. Designed by a certified speech-language pathologist, AAT can be used with individuals of all ages. The AAT is a unique tool that provides qualitative information for both sounds in words and sounds in sentences.

Articulation Assessment Toolkit

Four Articulation Assessments in One

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Quick Consonant Screener
full articulation assessment
Full Assessment (Consonant + Vowels)
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R Screener
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Sentence Screener
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With four different screenings, the Articulation Assessment Toolkit aids in obtaining a complete picture of a client’s overall speech sound ability by assessing and analyzing errors according to both articulation and phonology including those hard-to-assess vowels.

Automatically Generated Results & Reports

The Report

The Articulation Assessment Toolkit report is comprehensive and broken down by area similar to the results preview. A detailed analysis and interpretation of the results is included in both a narrative language skills description form, and in table form. You are able to print, email and upload the form to third party apps such as iBooks, and Dropbox.

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Have you ever dreamed of knowing exactly how your students’ articulation skills fall with in the developmental norms? Confused about whether your student is suffering from apraxia of speech or they need aphasia therapy?  Now you can and you don’t have to do any extra work for it. It sound like a dream com true. The sound profile allows you to display to caregivers how the child performs against research-based developmental norms based on his last evaluation results and his or her age. Welcome to the future!

Marking Speech Errors

The full assessment option has the same basic concepts of the “screening” option for recording errors. However, in the full assessment, when a phoneme is selected as an error, a pop-up menu displays for the SLP to choose which type of error the client made. Simply select the appropriate option.The error type is phoneme specific; for instance, gliding will not appear on a phoneme that is not a liquid and fronting will not appear on a phoneme that is not a velar.
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When the SLP chooses “substituted” as the error type, a window pops up to select the substituted phoneme. As the pictures below indicate, the professional can mark if the substitution is a consonant or a vowel. Simply tap on the button to select the specific phoneme the client used in place of the target phoneme. This information will be saved and interpreted by the app. If the production is accurate, do not tap any phoneme; just proceed to the next screen.

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