Analysis of Phonological Assessment
Information and guidance on the phonological analysis
“A fully comprehensive analysis is not required for every child. A systematic, principled analysis is, however, necessary in all cases since it forms an integral part of the clinical decision-making process."
Bates and Watson (2012, p.105)
(1) Phonetic and Phonological Systems Analysis (PPSA) (Bates and Watson 2012)
(2) Children’s Independent and Relational Phonological Analysis (CHIRPA) (Baker 2016)
A template can be found in McLeod and Baker (2017, p.334)
Good practice guidelines for the analysis of speech (Child Speech Disorder Research Network, 2017)