Friday, July 12, 2013

The Occurrence of Sounds Worked On In Articulation Therapy

So, we just finished our big giveaway for our new Interactive Articulation Screener.  A big congrats are going out to Neita R. and Melissa A.  You ladies should check your email boxes because your document will be emailed to you soon!  Because of the giveaway, we had a lot of great data that was collected from the comment lines.  We asked all of you to let us know what sounds in articulation therapy were the ones that you had worked on the most in the last year.  As a result, we had 329 sound "entries".  We were a bit nerdy and decided to put them in a chart so that you can all see what sounds were worked on the most in the therapy rooms across the country this past last year.  You will see from this chart that the most common sounds are: K, G, R, S & L!  We thought this would be interesting data to share and that it would be helpful for us to know these commonly worked on sounds when deciding what sounds to target in our next articulation themed documents!   Maybe it will be helpful for you to know as well?  Thanks for stopping by the blog today.
Best wishes,
Manda & Shanda, SLP's
Twin Sisters Speech & Language Therapy

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