How to Correct a Frontal Lisp

A friend of mine recently asked me to listen to her little boy’s speech because she was concerned about him having a frontal lisp. His lisp never bothered her until someone outside of their family commented on “how cute” his little lisp was!

The Process of Identification: Step 2: My Child has been Screened, Now What?

I will continue to talk about the steps involved in a school based speech and language screening. This is Part 2 of the series I’ve called, “The Process of Identification.” I’m posting about screenings because it just so happens that they usually occur during this time of year. I’ve had several on my desk and I’m making my way through each one. As I call parents, I’ve found that it may be helpful to blog about what exactly happens during and after the screening process for early elementary and school-aged students.

The Process of Identification: Part 1: Speech and Language Screening

Typically, at the start of the school year, most teachers are just getting to know their new students.  By about the end of October or beginning of November, I start to get requests from teachers for some speech and language screening forms.  Teachers have now spotted those kids in their classes who are hard to {Read More…}

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