Articulation Therapy: Teaching /L/ blends

Articulation Therapy: Teaching /L/ blends

What are the /l/ blends? Here is a list: The /l/ blends are made by combining a consonant with /l/. Children usually acquire the /l/ blends between 5 and 7 years of age. Often, children with speech sound disorders have difficulty in producing the /l/ blends correctly. This blog will cover activities and steps to …

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adult dysarthria tools

Tools for Adults with Dysarthria

Tools for Adults with Dysarthria Dysarthria is a motor speech disorder. Further, the speech muscles become weak. There are many neurological causes of dysarthria. Each person with dysarthria is different. So, the treatment will vary depending on the person and issues seen. Talk to your neurologist and therapist for more information. Speech Therapy is for …

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Speech Disorder

What Is A Speech Disorder?

What is a Speech Disorder or Speech Impairment? The most typical types of developmental delay include language delays. One out of every five kids will develop their language skills later than other kids their age. Some kids struggle with behaviour because they feel irritated with not being able to articulate their needs or wants. Speech …

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Speech Doctor on Amazon Alexa

Speech Doctor on Amazon Alexa

Speech Doctor on Amazon Alexa Be In Charge Of Your Family’s Speech, Using Just Your Voice Speech Doctor is an app that assists parents and speech therapists alike in identification of speech related disorders in kids at an early stage. Through the app, a parent or doctor can get a fair idea of whether the …

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10 Easy Tips for Stammering-Free Breezy Speech!

10 Easy Tips for Stammering-Free Breezy Speech!

10 Easy Tips for Stammering-Free Breezy Speech! Stuttering, commonly known as stammering is a speech disorder affecting the natural fluency of speech. Stutters or stammers are characterized by disruptions or interruptions in production of speech sounds. These interruptions are termed as ‘dysfluencies’. They often arise due to built-up tension in speech muscles, anxiety and fear of …

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