Speech/Articulation Disorders

Speech/Articulation Disorders

Articulation is the production of speech sounds. Speech sounds are created by movements of the articulators (lips, tongue and jaw) and the vocal cords.


An articulation disorder is the mispronunciation of speech sounds and may include sound omissions, substitutions, distortions and additions. Children should be able to produce all speech sounds correctly by age 8. However, if an articulation disorder is present and not addressed, it may persist into adulthood.


Treatment for articulation disorders focuses on teaching the difference between correct and incorrect productions, correct placement of the articulators and practicing the sound in words, sentences and ultimately, spontaneous speech.

Client Testimonial

Testimony will appear here

Recent Posts



Recent Speech Therapy Posts

Contact Us

Bodylink Speech Therapy is a private speech therapy practice founded by 

Monica Lowy, M.A., CCC-SLP, TSHH, APP. Ms. Lowy earned a master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology at New York University in 1996 and has been a New York State licensed clinician for 24 years. She became a NJ licensed SLP in 2020.

Bodylink Speech Therapy

420 Lexington Ave
Suite 300
New York,  NY  10170  USA

Call:  (917) 538-7187

Email: mlowy@bodylinkspeechtherapy.com

  • Instagram
  • Facebook
  • RSS

© 2020. See more creations like this from VirtuOps