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As you’ve seen in some of our previous posts, speech develops in patterns. Sometimes, children take longer to follow their developmental speech milestones and we need to help them along the way. “Fronting” is very common and is when a child replaces “k...

There is a definite importance of ensuring that hearing is sufficient or being managed prior to beginning speech therapy. Children might struggle to hear a particular frequency of sounds, which means that some speech sounds are heard better than others. If a Speech...