Unlearning a lisp

Wilson, Laurie Bain
April 1999
Parenting;Apr99, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p172
Provides tips for parents on how to correct lisping in three to five-year-old children. Lisping as the most common speech disorder; Distinct speech patterns; Employment of speech therapy; Practice of activities that force the tongue into the correct position; Coaching the child to keep his tongue in place while speaking.


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