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Singing Voice Handicap Index (SVHI-10)

These are statements many people have used to describe their singing & the effects of their singing on their lives. Select the response that indicates how frequently you have the same experience in the last 4 weeks.

0= Never
1 = Almost Never
2 = Sometimes
3 = Almost Always
4 = Always

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

0 = Never / 1 = Almost never / 2 = Sometimes / 3 = Almost always / 4 = Always
0 = Never / 1 = Almost never / 2 = Sometimes / 3 = Almost always / 4 = Always
0 = Never / 1 = Almost never / 2 = Sometimes / 3 = Almost always / 4 = Always
0 = Never / 1 = Almost never / 2 = Sometimes / 3 = Almost always / 4 = Always
0 = Never / 1 = Almost never / 2 = Sometimes / 3 = Almost always / 4 = Always
0 = Never / 1 = Almost never / 2 = Sometimes / 3 = Almost always / 4 = Always
0 = Never / 1 = Almost never / 2 = Sometimes / 3 = Almost always / 4 = Always
0 = Never / 1 = Almost never / 2 = Sometimes / 3 = Almost always / 4 = Always
0 = Never / 1 = Almost never / 2 = Sometimes / 3 = Almost always / 4 = Always
0 = Never / 1 = Almost never / 2 = Sometimes / 3 = Almost always / 4 = Always
Select all that apply
Select one
Select one

Sohen, S.M., Statham, M., Rosen, C.A., Zullo, T. (2009) Development and validation of the singing voice handicap-10. Larnygoscope, 119, 1864-1869.