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People with a phonological disorder have problems forming speech sounds properly.
It is normal when you are young to make speech errors as your language develops; however, an individual with a phonological disorder will demonstrate errors that extend beyond the typical age of acquisition. Additionally, they will have a harder time unlearning the sound errors the longer they go untreated.
Go to the "Resources" tab on our home page and explore the information provided under "Language Development." If you have questions or are unsure whether your child might have a phonological delay or disorder, contact us today!
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