راهکارهای درمانی خاص در درمان لکنت زبان کلینیک تخصصی لکنت کرج مهرشهر-بلوار ارم-نبش خیابان چهارم
stuttering (25 questions); communication in daily situations (25 questions); quality of life (25 questions).
- Part I: general information. Comprises three subsections, the first two containing questions about the individual’s knowledge of stuttering and stuttering support; the final testing perceptions as to previous therapy and perception as a speaker.
- Part II: reactions to stuttering Comprises three subsections. The first deals purely with affect, while the second probes secondary character¬istics such as avoidance, facial grimacing and suchlike. The third deals with issues such as acceptance and confidence.
- Part III: communication in daily situations. Comprises four sections examining the difficulty of communicating: A general situations (e.g., talking under time pressure); B at work, C specific situations (e.g., order¬ing food in a restaurant); D at home.
- Part IV: quality of life. Contains five subsections: section A comprises three questions all asking how quality of life is negatively affected by stuttering, personal reactions to stuttering as well as others’ reactions to the stuttering. The remaining parts all focus on how stuttering interferes with communication in various settings (section B), various relationships (section C), job and career (section D), personal life (section E).
Once the client has completed the form, scores from the four parts are totalled to give a final score. There are a number of examples of related questions being asked, in different parts, throughout the questionnaire, which allows for a more complete picture of the particular issue to be developed. For example, in Part I the client is asked “How often do you use techniques, strategies, or tools you have learned in speech therapy?” Later in the same part, the client is asked to rate “your ability to use techniques you have learned in speech therapy”. Thus a mismatch of results here could show a lack