If you are a pediatric SLP, you have undoubtedly spent time trying to shape articulation of “R”- that most stubborn of phonemes.
The obstinate, ornery R. You know what I am talking about. Do you feel like you have exhausted every trick you know with your articulation students? Maybe your student has been working on R in therapy for what seems like forever. Let me tell you, sometimes I just can’t stand to hear another “uh” instead of “er”! It can be so frustrating not to see progress.
Maybe it’s time to change it up a bit and try a few new tricks!
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