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DOES MY CHILD NEED SPEECH THERAPY?

Speech sound disorders are fairly common! If you think your child may not pronounce sounds or words correctly, or if you or others have difficulty understanding your child, he or she might benefit from further evaluation and speech therapy.
 
Errors you might hear:
  • difficulty with specific sounds, such as the R sound, L sound,or S sound (e.g., lisp)
  • sound replacements, such as “tat” for “cat” or “tay” for “say”
  • deletions, such as “poon” for “spoon” or “ba-” for “ball”

Speech errors can impact:
  • reading and spelling skills
  • the ability to be understood by others
  • verbal participation
  • overall confidence in social interactions


ALEXANDRA HAMMER, M.A., CCC-SLP
Alexandra is a former homeschooler, has taught at HOLD and many other homeschool programs as an Instructor, and is also the daughter of Susan Hammer.

Alexandra became a Speech-Language Pathologist with the hope of serving the homeschool community.  She is thrilled to announce the opening of her own practice.


You can email Alexandra at: ahammerSLP@gmail.com

My mouth is filled with your praise,
declaring your splendor all day long.

Psalms 71:8