One of my children says 's' as 'th' and, as he does this, his tongue shifts and protrudes out of the right side of his mouth (the canines on his right side are touching the middle part of his tongue).
I haven't been able to find information on a right-sided frontal lisp and wondered if you could help me understand what is going on here and what therapy would focus on? He can produce all other speech sounds correctly.
Thanks so much.
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