Co occurring speech disorders
I am 21 years old and my speech isn't clear (never has been). I have a lateral lisp, r (pronounced as w), stutter (occasionally) and voice issues. (No SLI, SLD, ADHD, ASD etc)
Tried googling co-occurring speech disorders and didn't find much (only something about pre schoolers). Is there any information about co-occurring disorders in older children / adults? (Length of treatment? Method? Differences between co-occurring and each one separate - how does one effect the other? Anything else to look for? Etc.)
Currently in treatment.
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