Children gradually learn to pronounce different sounds starting from about one to eight years old. If your child doesn’t master all sounds by the expected age, they may have an articulation disorder. Jacqueline Ahrens, SLPD, CCC-SLP, at Speech Success helps parents determine if their child’s articulation is age-appropriate, delayed, or disordered. When needed, she provides customized therapy that teaches children how to make the right sounds. To learn more about services for articulation disorder, call the office in Emerson, New Jersey, or book an appointment online today.

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