What are phonological processes?
Phonological processes are patterns of errors utilized by young children during speech production. Many of these patterns are common and typical. However, if they persist beyond a certain age, they are atypical and compromise speech intelligibility. Please see the following regarding a process called fronting. If you have any concerns regarding your child’s speech and language skills, please contact us!
Christina Freise Pollitt is a Speech-Language Pathologist in Naples, Florida. She evaluates and treats pediatric and adult clients in her private practice, Speech By The Beach Consulting LLC.