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Phonological Development

Posted by Kelly Ott on Thursday, May 30, 2013, In : Articulation/Phonology 
Phonological development stages
  • Early perception of speech sounds (1-4 months) Babbling shades into early speech, next toddlers produce those sounds they babbled. Babbling is dominated by stops, nasals, and glides, with a few of fricatives and affricatives and no liquids. Children take a few years to learn to articulate correctly the phonemes, with better performance on vowels than consonants.
  • Babbling (6-15 months) By imitation, repetition, and practice, children learn to approximate their pro...

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Speech and Language Milestones

Posted by Kelly Ott on Thursday, May 30, 2013, In : Parent Tips 
Link: http://www.asha.org/public/speech/development/communicationdevelopment.htm
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About Kelly Ott

Kelly Ott With 24 years experience as a licensed Speech Language Pathologist, consultant, educator and administrator, Kelly has served children and adults with a diverse range of speech, language, swallowing, learning, and communication needs. She has provided direct speech pathology services, specialized instructional services, educator professional development training, business communication, and presentation training. Kelly is dedicated to providing students, educators, and small businesses with specialized strategies for achievement.

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