We spend a fair amount of time working with preschool children who demonstrate articulation and/or phonological impairments. A review of various treatment approaches by researchers in our field, revealed that what is treated may be more important than how it is treated. In other words, as long as treatment is taking place, the child is better off getting help than not getting any help to resolve the articulation and/or phonological impairment.
Across studies, it was shown that children who received treatment made improvements than children who did not receive any treatment. As a parent, if you’re reading this or wondering if your child should be examined, you should feel good about getting your child the help they need.
If you have any questions about speech therapy or would like to set up an evaluation, give Therapy OPS a call at 651-455-0561 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org