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Teaching the R Sound in Speech Therapy

Teaching the R sound in speech therapy can be stressful for a speech therapist. Children with speech sound disorders may have difficulty with saying r words. In this blog post, I’m sharing a simple, 5-step strategy SLPs can use to teach the r sound successfully and without frustration. Many students with articulation disorders have difficulty…

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5 Speech Therapy Articulation Activities for Older Students

Speech therapy articulation activities that will engage older students can be a little more difficult to find. If you’re on the hunt for articulation activities that won’t have your older speech therapy students rolling their eyes, keep on reading! Some Older Students Feel Like They’ve Been in Speech Therapy for… forever When you’re working with…

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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…