What are “Phonological Processes”?

Most children make pretty predictable “errors” when they are learning to talk.  A “speech sound disorder” may be diagnosed by a speech-language pathologist when speech mistakes occur past a certain age.  Speech sound disorders can be due to problems with articulation (errors in making sounds) or phonological processes (errors in sound patterns).  A child may have one or many “patterns” they are working on in speech therapy. Therapy for an articulation disorder will be different than therapy for a phonological disorder! If you want to learn more, contact Cogwheel Clinic today! Email us at contact@cogwheelclinic.com or give us a call at (425)-748-7000


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