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Phonological disorders

Best resources for speech therapy at home! We cover parenting tips & speech and language development to bring you all you need to know to keep your child thriving.

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3 Types of Phonological Processes and Disorders

After receiving articulation therapy, is your child still very difficult to understand? Does their speech sound like mumbling or disjointed? If so, your child may…

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A Comparison of Articulation and Phonological Processing

Often, when we talk about typical development in speech, the conversation is influenced by articulation and phonological awareness. So, it’s important to realize that there…

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JJ and CH Sounds Articulation Therapy: A Guide for Parents

The JJ and CH sounds are pairs – which means they are produced in the exact same location, but the JJ sound is produced with…

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T and D Sounds Articulation Therapy: A Guide for Parents

That is because both of these sounds are produced in the same location. The only difference is voicing – /t/ is voiceless and /d/ is…

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B Sound Articulation Therapy: A Guide for Parents

The /b/ sound is a bilabial sound, which means the lips are pressed together while producing the sound. It is also a voiced sound, which…

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5 Kids Games for Articulation Therapy

If your child is getting articulation therapy in the school setting, this means they are working on specific sounds that are not coming out clear…

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Articulation Therapy: An All-in-One Guide for Parents

Experts consider this a “speech sound disorder” in the motoric production of speech sounds. The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) reports that “Articulation approaches target each…

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L Sound Articulation Therapy: A Guide for Parents

Due to the fact that /l/ is so difficult, it usually gets omitted (deleted) or substituted for another sound like /w/ or /y/. Luckily, there are…

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NG Sound Articulation Therapy: A Guide for Parents

Most of the time, if your child is having difficulty with ng sound articulation, they are either omitting it completely (deleting the sound) or substituting…

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R Sound Articulation Therapy: A Guide for Parents

This article focuses on the R consonant sound and how your child can use our app to practice saying it correctly. Download the app and…

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A Parent's Guide to Articulation Errors. Case Example: Lisp

Here at Speech Blubs, we know that it’s important for you, as a parent, to be able to recognize when your child has an articulation…

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7 Steps of Articulation Therapy

If your child has a speech problem, you probably don’t wonder about the specific mechanics of their speech sounds. There’s a lot that goes into…

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“N” Sound Articulation Therapy: The Nice N

The sounds /m/ and /n/ are both voiced sounds. This means they require movement of the vocal cords (our voice box that is situated in…

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Articulation Therapy: The “S” Sound

An articulation disorder or speech sound disorder is when a child has problems making speech sounds properly. One typical articulation error kids make is the…

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Articulation Therapy: The “SH” Sound

The physical production of /sh/ sound articulation can lead to kids making speech errors. The easiest way to test if your child can produce /sh/…

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Articulation Therapy: The Wondrous “W” Sound

To make a /w/ sound, form a tight circle with puckered lips brought out and away from your face. With your lips in this position,…

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