Your child may struggle saying certain sounds correctly, substituting sounds or could generally be hard to understand. We work with children, using games, drills, demonstrations and models to train their ear to hear the target sound.  We then teach them to produce it in isolation, generalize it to words, sentences, and finally conversational speech. Helping a child correctly say their sounds will not only improve how clearly they communicate with the world, but will improve their self confidence, and can positively affect reading progress.