Speech Therapy Exercises for Kids: An Essential Guide Full of Activities and Strategies for Helping Your Child with an Articulation Disorder or Phonological Disorder – Elise Monahan

If you’re a parent, witnessing your child fail to articulate himself can be heartbreaking. It’s not easy to see your child struggle with simple speech, unable to express how hungry he is, or to articulate his emotions when he’s sad or angry. The inability for a child to say what he wants can be stressful for both child and parent. It’s crucial to have your child’s condition diagnosed as early as possible, and to start treatment right away. But what if I told you that there is something you can do to help too? This book includes a plethora of speech therapy exercises that parents can practice with children suffering from articulation or phonological disorder to help improve their child’s speech. It starts off by helping you to better understand your child’s condition and the underlying cause for the disorder. Once you’ve identified the root cause, then treatment and therapy can begin. The exercises provided in this book are designed to be fun and interactive so as to get your child interested and eager to participate.