Establishing Proper Placement for /t/, /d/, and /n/


Correct placement of the /t/, /d/, and /n/ sounds can be a critical building block for beginning to work on more complex sounds, such as /s/, /z/, “sh”, and “ch”. We can ensure success of those trickier sounds by starting here.  Watch the video below and download the handouts so you can understand how to establish and practice correct tongue placement for /t/, /d/, and /n/.

Video Demonstration:

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*** The SLP Solution is for informational and educational purposes only and does not provide medical or psychological advice.  We provide general resources but cannot tell you exactly what should be done for a specific client.  Every client is different and your clinical judgement should be used when making decisions about specific individuals.


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