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Contextual Probes of Articulation Competence™ – Spanish (CPAC-S)
is a comprehensive program for evaluating and treating Spanish articulation and phonology delays/disorders.
Who benefits from
is appropriate for preschoolers through adults. It identifies exact pretreatment performance for any Spanish sound or particular phonological pattern, and lets you determine when clients are ready to progress to the next articulatory level, when to choose another phoneme to target, and when to dismiss clients from treatment.
is based on the Contextual Probes of Articulation found in the
Secord Contextual Articulation Tests®
. Dr. Wayne Secord suggested to the authors that a Spanish version of his
would be beneficial for bilingual speech-language pathologists. The
was developed to:
Assess the phonological skills of Spanish speakers.
Gather pretreatment measures on target sounds and/or phonological processes.
Assist in deciding where to initiate treatment.
Identify facilitating (correct) contexts.
Serve as an effective ongoing measure of progress.
Posttest overall performance to determine when to discontinue treatment.
recognizes that articulation and phonology are dynamic, constantly changing processes. Since these processes are constantly changing, treatment for speech sound disorders requires constant monitoring and responsiveness to the changes that result from intervention.
How many probes does
probes 19 consonant and 10 phonological patterns probes. The consonant probes examine production in words, clusters, and sentences. The phonological pattern probes are quick and easy to use and require little to no phonological transcription.
Can I screen and administer a full assessment with the
Yes. Administer the
two ways: (1) as a Quick Screen, where the first 17 items assess all phonemes and frequently occurring phonological patterns and/or (2) as a Full Assessment where all 64 items comprehensively assess Spanish consonants and phonological skills.
Yes. There are norms available for the
for ages 3;0 - 8;11. Click here to learn more
. You may purchase the entire kit or just the normative data manual.
How large was the standardization sample?
The standardization sample included 1127 children from the United States, Mexico, and Puerto Rico.
Did you compare the
to another Spanish articulation test?
Yes. We compared the
to the Spanish Articulation Measures (SAM). The results indicated the
and SAM data are highly significantly correlated.
What is included in the
The following items are included in the
Client Words and Sentences Lists
Flip Easel with Quick Screen and Full Assessment
CD-ROM containing all Inventory and Score forms for the assessment and probes
Is there a response analyzer available for the
Yes. You must first purchase the CPAC-S Normative Data Manual. Then, go to
and enter the unique product key found on the inside cover of your manual. The CPAC-S Analyzer generates standard scores and percentile ranks. Additionally, the analyzer will identify and score dialectal variations as correct responses.
come with a CD-ROM?
includes a printable CD-ROM with inventory and score forms for the assessment and probes. You’ll save money with
because there are no forms to purchase!
CPAC-S - Contextual Probes of Articulation Competence - Spanish
Contextual Probes of Articulation Competence - Spanish Normative Data
CPAC-S Complete Kit (Probes and Normative Data)
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