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Articulation Therapy

Speech & Motor Oral Skills

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Articulation therapy is designed to address and correct speech sound errors, which can include substitutions, omissions, distortions, or additions of sounds. The therapy begins with a comprehensive assessment to identify specific articulation issues. Based on the assessment, the speech-language pathologist (SLP) develops a personalized treatment plan that includes targeted exercises and activities.

During therapy sessions, clients practice producing specific sounds and sound combinations, both in isolation and within words, phrases, and sentences. Techniques such as modeling, repetition, and the use of visual and auditory cues are employed to reinforce correct sound production. The SLP may also incorporate games and interactive activities to make learning engaging and fun. Progress is continuously monitored, and the therapy plan is adjusted as needed to ensure optimal outcomes.

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Cindy Knighton MS SLP-CCC

As the founder of Speech for Success, LLC, Cindy brings a wealth of experience to her role as a speech-language pathologist.

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