The Late Eight 2nd Edition

The Late Eight, now in its second edition, is a popular resource for clinicians, students, and academics working with students whose speech contains errors affecting [th] (voiced theta), [th] (unvoiced theta), [s], [z], [l], Vocalic [r], [r], [sh], or [ts]. These nine sounds typically are the last acquired by English speaking children, and they are the sounds most likely to challenge school-aged students and non-native English speakers, both children and adults. This text fills the need for a resource that a student or clinician can turn to when treating a school-aged student or non-native English speaker who experiences difficulties with one or more late-acquired sound.