Voice Self-Assessment

Voice Self-Assessment

The VHI-10 is a patient-reported outcome measure used to record the patient's perception of impairment or handicap due to a voice problem. Scores above 11 are abnormal and indicate voice handicap.

If you score above 11, click here to locate a Voice and Swallowing Specialist near you and make an appointment today. 

Please circle the response that indicated how frequently you have these recent experiences:

0 = never      1 = almost never      2 = sometimes     3 = almost always     4 = always


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