As a speech therapist, one of my primary areas of focus is helping people communicate more effectively. Social communication is an essential part of effective communication. Most of us don’t even realize we are paying attention to the social factors of conversation.
“Symptoms are your brains way of saying “I’m hurt, I’m in pain, I’m drowning and I cannot do what I used to be able to.” I don’t need a speech therapist, I can talk just fine.” This is probably the most common
1. Substitutions Replacing sounds with another sound. For example, a child saying wabbit for rabbit or tup for cup. In these examples, children replace the R with a W or the K sound with a T. 2. Omissions or Deletions When sound