We’ve been around the world with speech evaluations for Teague. He’s always been more difficult to understand than Alex (who enunciated extremely well from day one). Teague’s preschool did a free screening and Teague’s speech was noted as a concern. We decided to go through the public schools for potential services. This required another screening and then an evaluation. It was finally determined that Teague doesn’t have enough of a problem to qualify for an IEP, but they did offer him services. He goes once a week to work on his “s” blends. It was determined his other problem sounds fall within development guidelines.