Speech and Sound Disorders
As children learn to speak, it is common for them to produce sounds incorrectly. As they age, it is typical for these sounds to begin to sound more like adult-like speech, but sometimes they don't correct on their own and your child's speech starts to sound different from his or her peers. You may notice that other people in your family and also strangers have difficulty understanding your child's speech.
Working with Speaking of Speech Therapy Services will help you determine if your child has a speech sound disorder and what the best treatment method is. These are often able to be corrected with a rigorous plan in place.