I am a school based SLP in Georgia. I have a student that is producing /t/ after every production of /s/ in all word positions. So, SUN becomes STUN, etc. I have recorded him and played it back to him and he clearly discriminates the incorrect production of the word. It's like he is stopping the /s/ after he has already won the battle of producing the phoneme. I am a bit stumped and looking for some good treatment ideas. Do you have any suggestions? Much appreciated, Rosea
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