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Phonological Disorder – How to Fix It?

Phonological DisorderPhonological disorder is an inability to produce the necessary sounds for age appropriate speech. When a child has a phonological disorder, he or she will not only find it difficult producing such sounds, the child may also substitute or omit sounds as well. With early treatment from a speech and language therapist, a child may overcome such speech and language impairments as early as six years of age without much difficulty. In fact, milder forms of a phonological disorder may resolve on its own.

Cluttering in Children: Causes and Treatment

ClutteringCluttering is just one of the many speech disorders in children and adults that can affect your life in a negative way unless treatment is sought. With this condition your child’s speech becomes cluttered, because they are saying exactly what they think but their thoughts are rapid and may not go together well as they verbalize them.

This disorder is similar to stuttering in children, but with a few differences.