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Child Speech Committee ( other resources )

Intelligibility in Context Scale (ICS)

The ICS has been developed to provide speech-language pathologists with information about children's intelligibility (e.g., children with speech sound disorders, childhood apraxia of speech). It has been translated into over 60 languages and validated in a range of countries (e.g., Australia, Fiji, Hong Kong, Germany, Jamaica, Slovenia, Vietnam). More information and details of this free tool can be download from http://www.csu.edu.au/research/multilingual-speech/ics

Multilingual Children’s Speech website

The purpose of this website is to present a compilation of resources in over 60 languages for speech-language pathologists who are working with multilingual children with speech sound disorders. It includes a list of speech acquisition studies, speech assessments, and information about languages. More information can be download from http://www.csu.edu.au/research/multilingual-speech/home

 Webfon: Phonetic transcription self-study programme
Webfon is an online resource which supports the development and maintenance of phonetic transcription skills by providing hierarchically structured listening and transcription exercises combined with immediate feedback on performance.  The exercises, ranging from Fields 1 to 3, progress from phoneme classification and auditory discrimination tasks to the transcription of simulated clinical data and, finally, live recorded clinical speech samples.  Webfon is free to access from: net.marjon.ac.uk/ptsp

 Seeing speech

The purpose of this website is to demonstrate the production of the world’s consonants and vowels imaged with ultrasoundMRI, or in animated form. More information can be downloaded from http://www.seeingspeech.ac.uk


Crosslinguistic Project Assessment Tools
Speech assessment and analysis tools are freely available in a range of languages created as part of the Crosslinguistic Project on Phonological Development. More information can be downloaded from