My child is difficult to understand

My child has trouble pronouncing sounds in words.

My child says “t” for “k”.

My child has a lisp.

My child has trouble with “l” and “r” sounds.

Some children have difficulty using their tongue, teeth, lips and breath to pronounce sounds in words – this is called a speech difficulty.

Sounds develop in stages so there are certain sound errors that are typical. A speech pathologist can assess your child’s speech and let you know if their errors are age appropriate or require intervention.



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