Speech Therapy


Articulation therapy

Articulation disorders involve difficulty in producing one or a few different sounds. The sounds can be substituted, omitted, added or changed.

Speech is unclear

Oral motor exercises may be used for weak articulators or muscles in the mouth and face to improve speech production.


The person uses repetition of sounds, syllables, and phrases.

Early intervention for children from birth to 3 years.

A person with a brain injury e.g. motor vehicle accident or stroke.

Swallowing therapy / Tongue thrust

A tongue thrust is present when a child fails to progress to an adult swallow pattern. This may contribute to articulation disorders as well as dental problems. (usually noted by a dentist)

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