Articulation Disorders

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.  We can now help with these disorders through our telepractice for adults in NY and NJ.

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I have been working with Ms. Lowy for nearly a year now. CranioSacral and Polarity Therapy has done wonders for me. Ms. Lowy is able to focus on the area that is most in need of work in an amazingly short amount of time–seconds actually. I usually work with her on Fridays at the end of a long, hard week when stress, tension and pain are often at their highest. The restorative qualities of this work are amazing. At the end of each session, I feel relaxed, less pain and a general sense of physical balance and well-being. I highly recommend CranioSacral and Polarity Therapy. Ms. Lowy is a highly skilled and sensitive practitioner.  --Jennifer S., New York, NY

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