ARTIKULATION ENUNCIATION ORAL MOTOR SPEECH THERAPY

Artikulation Aussprache Oral Motorische Sprachtherapie, Brooklyn Letters

Speech development is incredibly complex, and our perspective on speech development is heavily influenced by science (professors who study speech development) and not from trends. We also offer language therapy (frühe Kindheit und Schulalter), which is different than enunciation therapy. We will assess your child’s speech and language skills, and our analysis will target where your child is having difficulty with their speech and/or language development. Pinpointing the underlying difficulties is important for effective treatment.

 

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KLEINKIND

Speech sound development is strongly tied to the child's expressive language abilities, and toddlers who are hard to understand can be unintelligible for many reasons.

Delays in expressive vocabulary and in stringing words together are usually accompanied by a delay in sound acquisition and decreased speech intelligibility. Therapy typically focuses on increasing the child’s expressive vocabulary and helping the child improve the complexity of what they say. As the child’s vocabulary expands, the number and variety of sounds increases. Hence, the toddler is more understood.

Für Kleinkinder mit einem begrenzten Klangrepertoire unterrichten wir früh entwickelnde Klänge, um die Grundlage für das Lernen von Wörtern zu schaffen.

Some toddlers are talkative, but they are hard to understand. They may need help acquiring early developing sounds and/or eliminating atypical sound errors.

Some toddlers can say a lot of words, and they are well understood. However, they need help using their words in the right environment. Here, the therapy focuses on social language use.

PRESCHOOLER

Therapy may focus on increasing the child’s vocabulary and the complexity of what they say, facilitating their underlying speech development.

Some preschoolers need help learning age-appropriate sounds and/or reducing speech error patterns (for example, the child says “tiss” for “kiss” even though he or she can say the k sound).

Some preschoolers can say a lot of words, and they are well understood.  However, they need help using their words in the right environment. Here, the therapy focuses on social language use.

SCHULALTER

Therapy typically focuses on teaching later developing sounds, e.g. th, l, and r, reducing sound distortions, e.g. lisp, and resolving any remaining speech error pattern(s) not exhibited by peers.

* Wir haben Erfahrung mit Kindern mit reparierten Lippen- / Gaumenspalten.

KLEINKIND

Speech sound development is strongly tied to the child's expressive language abilities, and toddlers who are hard to understand can be unintelligible for many reasons.

Delays in expressive vocabulary and in stringing words together are usually accompanied by a delay in sound acquisition and decreased speech intelligibility. Therapy typically focuses on increasing the child’s expressive vocabulary and helping the child improve the complexity of what they say. As the child’s vocabulary expands, the number and variety of sounds increases. Hence, the toddler is more understood.

Für Kleinkinder mit einem begrenzten Klangrepertoire unterrichten wir früh entwickelnde Klänge, um die Grundlage für das Lernen von Wörtern zu schaffen.

Some toddlers are talkative, but they are hard to understand. They may need help acquiring early developing sounds and/or eliminating atypical sound errors.

Some toddlers can say a lot of words, and they are well understood. However, they need help using their words in the right environment. Here, the therapy focuses on social language use.

PRESCHOOLER

Therapy may focus on increasing the child’s vocabulary and the complexity of what they say, facilitating their underlying speech development.

Some preschoolers need help learning age-appropriate sounds and/or reducing speech error patterns (for example, the child says “tiss” for “kiss” even though he or she can say the k sound).

Some preschoolers can say a lot of words, and they are well understood.  However, they need help using their words in the right environment. Here, the therapy focuses on social language use.

SCHULALTER

Therapy typically focuses on teaching later developing sounds, e.g. th, l, and r, reducing sound distortions, e.g. lisp, and resolving any remaining speech error pattern(s) not exhibited by peers.

* Wir haben Erfahrung mit Kindern mit reparierten Lippen- / Gaumenspalten.
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