#316 Treating Speech Intelligibility in Toddlers


Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.,S., CCC-SLP of teachmetotalk.com for this episode of the podcast as we discuss issues related to speech intelligibility in toddlers.

What’s Normal and What’s Not for Speech Intelligibility in Toddlers

Even toddlers who are typically developing can be difficult to understand! Almost every child uses sound substitutions or their own pronunciations. Learn what’s normal and what’s not with percentages of intelligibility and when specific sounds emerge in toddlers by age range. For example, a 24-month old with normal speech sound development uses 6 to 8 different consonant sounds in the initial position in single words.

You’ll hear “evidence-based practice” with a list of red flags for articulation skills in toddlers. This information tells us when researchers have found that we should work on speech sounds with very young children.

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This information is from a section of my course Early Speech-Language Development: Taking Theory to the Floor. CE credit is available for this 12 hour course on DVD.  Right now it’s on sale for 20% off when you use the coupon code 20off. This offer is valid July 2017. If you’re listening after this date and need a current coupon code, email me at Laura@teachmetotalk.com and I can help!




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