Articulation, Syntax, Grammar and Vocabulary Issues

Articulation disorders simply refer to sound errors or distortions in your speech. For example, saying “wain” for “rain” or “bewd” for “bird”. The most common articulation disorders occurring in the adult population are:

  • Lisping (“thun” for “sun”)
  • Lateral /s/  (“shoup” for “soup”)
  • Distortion and mis-articulation of “r”
  • “F” for “th” (such as “birfday” for “birthday”)

Many adults experience difficulty with syntax (word order within a sentence), errors in spoken and written grammar as well as weak vocabulary skills. Deborah Boswell can work with you to improve your verbal expression so that you can speak with confidence in any situation.
Contact her for a free phone or email consultation with no obligation.