Are you wondering if your child might need speech therapy?
Recently a mother contacted me because this very ‘I wonder’ question was on her mind. She had noticed some things her child wasn’t able to do with speaking skills. She wondered if she should send her child to speech therapy.
What do SLPs (speech-language pathologists) look at to determine if a deeper look (or rather, listen) is warranted?
Is it the 'back' crayon or the 'black' one? Five-year-olds are typically able to make that distinction in their speech. But watch here to learn about 'blends', or 'clusters', that use the 's' and 'l' sounds. Hear some tips on how to help your child put both sounds together in their words.