Auditory behavior grading standardCindy
CAP (categories of Auditory Performance) is a questionnaire that reflects the level of hearing in the patient’s daily life environment. It is applicable to a wide range of ages, from infants to adults, to meet the needs of patients from children to The need for auditory assessment in the adult process.
The standard is divided into 1~8 levels, and close contacts in the patient’s living environment are graded according to the patient’s behavioral response to all external sounds, including ambient sounds and speech sounds.
Auditory behavior grading standards:
|7||Use the phone to communicate with people you know|
|6||Communicate with people without lip reading|
|5||Understand the commonly used short sentences without lip reading|
|4||Can discern some speech without lip reading|
|3||able to distinguish environmental sounds|
|2||Respond to speech (eg, walking, etc.)|
|1||can sense the ambient sound|
|0||can’t sense ambient sound|
(Note: This article is transferred from Fukang)