Based on evidence about the average age children learn to pronounce English consonants correctly, and the sequence in which they do it.
Based on principles of developmental phonology and designed for children with highly unintelligible speech. Focuses on patterns of speech sound problems, rather than individual sounds, and aims to promote system wide change.
For children with moderate and severe speech sound disorders. Prioritising speech sound targets that are late-acquired and complex to produce system-wide changes as quickly as possible.
Minimal and near-minimal pairs to help clients to discriminate and produce different speech sounds.
Programs to eliminate lisps and to help with /r/ based on traditional articulation therapy principles and principles of motor learning.
PRINCIPLES OF MOTOR LEARNING APPROACH
Advanced, discourse-level speech work-outs for older, literate clients based on principles or motor learning. Includes resources that focus on speech movements (e.g. alveolar-velar tongue movements), rather than sounds (e.g. /s/ or /k/).