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Eating Assessment Tool (EAT-10)

This questionnaire helps to measure swallowing difficulties. These are statement many people have used to describe difficulty with swallowing/eating. To what extent do you experience the following problems? Please select the most appropriate response for each statement.

0 = No problem
1 = Mild problem
2 = Mild-Moderate problem
3 = Moderate problem
4 = Severe problem

The results of these questions will be sent to your Speech Pathologist who will discuss them with you at your next appointment.

0 = No problem / 1 = Mild problem / 2 = Mild-Moderate problem / 3 = Moderate problem / 4 = Severe problem
0 = No problem / 1 = Mild problem / 2 = Mild-Moderate problem / 3 = Moderate problem / 4 = Severe problem
0 = No problem / 1 = Mild problem / 2 = Mild-Moderate problem / 3 = Moderate problem / 4 = Severe problem
0 = No problem / 1 = Mild problem / 2 = Mild-Moderate problem / 3 = Moderate problem / 4 = Severe problem
0 = No problem / 1 = Mild problem / 2 = Mild-Moderate problem / 3 = Moderate problem / 4 = Severe problem
0 = No problem / 1 = Mild problem / 2 = Mild-Moderate problem / 3 = Moderate problem / 4 = Severe problem
0 = No problem / 1 = Mild problem / 2 = Mild-Moderate problem / 3 = Moderate problem / 4 = Severe problem
0 = No problem / 1 = Mild problem / 2 = Mild-Moderate problem / 3 = Moderate problem / 4 = Severe problem
0 = No problem / 1 = Mild problem / 2 = Mild-Moderate problem / 3 = Moderate problem / 4 = Severe problem
0 = No problem / 1 = Mild problem / 2 = Mild-Moderate problem / 3 = Moderate problem / 4 = Severe problem

Belafsky, P. C., et al. (2008). “Validity and reliability of the Eating Assessment Tool (EAT- 10).” Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol 117(12): 919-924.