As expected, his expressive and receptive language scores were good. Sean's score on the articulation test was concerning. This was not a surprise because he leaves off the final consonant on most words - Ben is 'Be', Chair is 'Cha' and so on. Another concern is using correct sounds for words. Car sounds like 'Har'.
Ben's speech therapist, Kenyatt, can come early and see Sean at our home before Ben's appointment. Sean is very familiar with Kenyatt, and I have introduced the idea to Sean as "his turn" to work with Kenyatt.
When I have tried to show Sean how to make a specific sound, he is eager to learn and tries to move his mouth and tongue to make the sounds. I am glad we have caught this early. I believe it will be a few months of helping Sean learn how to manipulate his mouth and tongue and teaching Ryan and I how to continue this education throughout the day. Kenyatt is trained in Prompt Therapy and believes that this will help Sean immensley.