Entries by Stephanie Sorrentino

Why Your Child is Making Progress in Speech Therapy, But Not at Home

An articulation disorder occurs when a child produces a distorted sound, such as a lisp (i.e., incorrect tongue placement during /s, z/ sounds) or an /r/ sound with a “flat” or vowelized quality (“spiduh” for “spider”). It is worth noting that an “articulation disorder” has become a generalized label used to also describe patterns of […]