About This Product
The CAAP-2 assesses articulation and phonology in children. It is time-efficient, accurate, and yields results that are easy to score and interpret. The checklist approach to assessing phonological processes virtually eliminates the need for phonetic transcription. The CAAP-2 is designed so that children will enjoy its administration. It helps you qualify students for therapy with word standard scores, sentence standard scores, and phonology standard scores.
The articulation inventory targets pre- and postvocalic consonant singletons; cluster words containing S, R, and L in the initial position; three- and four-syllable words; postvocalic productions of R; and the production of sounds in sentences (for children 5 years and older). The phonological process checklists assess final consonant deletion, cluster reduction, syllable reduction, gliding, vocalization, fronting (velar and palatal), deaffrication, stopping, prevocalic voicing, and postvocalic devoicing.