I'm an adult who lisps. Do I need speech therapy? | Banter Speech & Language - adult lisping


Lisp - Wikipedia adult lisping

Not unless you want help. Before the age of six, it's relatively common for children to lisp /s/ and /z/ sounds. But, for some adults, a lisp can be.

A lisp is a consistently mispronounced sound that is caused by a misplacement of the tongue during speech. Lisps can be divided into two types: frontal lisp and lateral lisp. If speech therapy for your lisp didn't work in the past, fret not; we can help you resolve your frontal or.

Many people, including both children and adults, have issues with lisping. A lisp is defined by difficulty pronouncing one or more letters.

Comedies often employ lisps — think Daffy Duck or the lisping physicist on The Matthew is among James' sizable adult male lisp clientele.