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Presentation
Quality of Life Scale Development for Dysphonic Aging Adults
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Convention--Poster Session (2011)
  • Nicole M. Etter, University of Kentucky
  • Joseph Stemple, University of Kentucky
  • Dana M. Howell, Eastern Kentucky University
Abstract
Voice is a critical component of human communication and has been found to deteriorate with age. This two-part qualitative study sought to identify the quality of life changes that occur in aging adults with voice disorders to provide the basis for a quality of life scale for aging dysphonic adults. Learner Outcomes: Participants will be able to: · Describe major elements of the study design · Discuss the authors’ conclusions · Identify possible implications for practice
Keywords
  • aging dysphoic adults,
  • quality of life dysphoic adults
Publication Date
November 17, 2011
Citation Information
Nicole M. Etter, Joseph Stemple and Dana M. Howell. "Quality of Life Scale Development for Dysphonic Aging Adults" American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Convention--Poster Session (2011)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/danahowell/32/