Most children make mistakes as they are learning to say new words. A speech sound disorder occurs when mistakes persist past a certain age. There are two classes of speech sound disorders: articulation (making individual sounds), and phonological processes (sound patterns).
A phonological process disorder affects classes of sounds. For example, substituting all sounds made in the back of the mouth like “k” and “g” for those in the front of the mouth like “t” and “d” (e.g., saying “tey” for “key” or “do” for “go”).
Buckhead Speech Specialists can help! We pride ourselves on being able to remediate speech sound disorders and help improve overall intelligibility for all our clients. We use research-based therapy techniques to remediate speech sound disorders. We also provide parent education and carryover activities for each client to practice at home.
For more information or to register, please contact Kelsey Dalene at 404-808-5427 or email firstname.lastname@example.org