The enigmatic nature of speech impediments often intrigues many of us, and the frontal lisp is no exception. This particular speech challenge, marked by a distinctive sibilant sound, has piqued the interest of speech-language pathologists and laypersons alike. In the Read More
Motor-speech disorders are basically speech disorders that are directly linked to an individual’s motor control of muscles that are essential in speech (speech movements). Usually, this disorder affects people with damages to their neurological system. Most cases can be genetically inherited and gradually develop over time. DDSS’ clinic located in Sydney CBD offers different kinds of therapy for people with motor-speech disorders.