Speech Therapy for Lisp In Adults and Children: Considerations
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Speech Therapy for Lisp In Adults and Children: Considerations

Are you a speech-language pathologist searching for tips about speech therapy for lisp in adults and children? Speech production can be impacted by a lisp. This blog post features links to additional helpful articles that can assist the reader with understanding the different types of lisps and possible underlying causes of a lisp. I have…

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The Different Phonological Processes (List for SLPs)

Speech pathologists working with younger children will very likely treat phonological disorders. Part of the process of correcting phonology errors involves understanding the different phonological processes, or speech pattern simplifications, that children may use. This article explains the most common phonological processes and provides examples for SLPs. What is a Phonological Disorder? Phonological errors are…

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Initial L and Final L Speech Therapy Words (for SLPs)

If you’re a speech-language pathologist looking for a quick list of initial and final l target words to practice during speech therapy, make sure to bookmark this post. SLPs will also find helpful tips for making articulation therapy more fun with a variety of engaging games, resources, and speech therapy activities for teaching the l…

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The Biggest Mistake I Made in Speech Therapy When Correcting a Lisp

I sat there wondering how to correct a lisp… “Okay, hide your tongue behind your teeth,” I suggested. I was sitting in another speech therapy session with a student, trying to correct a frontal lisp. Unsuccessfully, I might add. “Thhhhhhhh,” was the response. Well, to be fair, my student HAD put his tongue behind his…