Phonological Delay Therapy

  • 8 July 2015
  • Posted by Yasminah Abdullah, M.S., CCC-SLP
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A subgroup ın the articulation delay category is a phonological delay which means your child may be slower at going through the processes of speech development. For example, it is absolutely natural if your 12-month old says da instead of dad, however, if this dropping of the last consonant persists that means he is not developing his speech sounds at a normal pace. Speech therapy can assist you in helping your child catch up to where he should be in speech development.

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