Tools for Developing Stimulability
The first step in developing a speech sound is stimulability. Stimulability means the ability to produce a sound by itself, when it is modeled.
These tools contain demonstrations and explanations on how to produce, and further develop each of these sounds. Whether you are a parent, caregiver, a Speech-Language Pathologist or simply interested in developing a speech sound on your own, I hope you will find these tools useful.
Developmental Norms Tool
Not all speech sounds are expected to develop at the same time. Some develop early, and some develop later. Speech sound development is an ongoing process for a number of years through childhood.
Speech-Language Pathologists often use speech developmental norms to help assess the priority of different sounds when putting together a therapy plan.
Our Developmental Norms Tool allows you to see the norms associated with different ages. You can use it to see the sounds:
- 90% of children that age have achieved.
- May be developing.
- Are expected to develop at a later age.
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