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"Differential Diagnosis & Treatment Planning for Speech Sound Disorders"

Presenter: Linda D'Onofrio, MA, CCC-SLP

 

If you work with children who have a distorted /r/, the following may be the most valuable and critically important strategy you’ll ever use. 

To know where we’re going, let’s take an in-depth look at our destination.  Let’s think about—and feel—the /r/ placement togeth...

September 6, 2017

The attempted “r” result is a sound that’s close to, but not exactly, a sustained /Ư/ (as in book). We’ve all heard it. And on an artic test, for an initial /r/ we transcribe it as /w/. Why a /w/? When the lips un-pucker from /Ư/, the sound sounds like a /w/.

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