I have been seeing a private speech kiddo for a year for the /r/ sound! He is able to articulate a perfect /r/ in all positions of the word, in sentences, and connected speech. Problem is, he is NOT generalizing it into conversation AT ALL. He does not appear motivated to do so, yet does not want to do speech therapy anymore. When do I explain to the parents that I have done my part in helping him learn the skills he needs to produce a good /r/, and that somewhere along the way he needs to take the reins??? I have had two other private kids in and out of therapy for the /r/ sound during this time! HELP! Suggestions to aid in carryover???