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Stuttering/Disfluency Disorders

Stuttering/Disfluency Disorders Fluency refers to a speaker’s ability to demonstrate smooth, connected speech with natural intonation and pausing.  Fluency disorders, or stuttering, occur when an

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How to Teach /b/

How to Teach /b/ The /b/ sound is early developing, and is one of the consonant sounds that many babies master first. For kids who

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How to Teach /l/

How to Teach /l/ The /l/ sound is unusual in English because it’s made with lateral air release. This is different from many other sounds,

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How to Teach /k/

How to Teach /k/ The /k/ sound can be a tricky one for some kids to learn because it’s hard to see what speakers are

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How to Teach /p/

How to Teach /p/ For many kids, /p/ is one of the first sounds they learn to use in words. It’s also visually salient, meaning

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Speech Therapy Gamified

Speech Therapy Gamified Living with a speech sound disorder can create challenges for kids who struggle to communicate their wants, needs, and ideas clearly. Luckily,

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