Many children with speech and language disorders are academically and psychologically affected as they articulate words wrongly when they try to communicate verbally. It is worth noting that, since the establishment of educational assessment centres in Kenya in September, 1984, many children with speech and language problems have been identified and placed in schools. Studies carried out in other, countries such as Finland, the United States, Canada show that speech disorders have been identified and effective intervention carried out. However, a study to identify speech sound disorders has never been done in Kenya. This prompted a study of this magnitude to identify speech sound disorders in children with speech and language disorders and ultimately recommend intervention measures. The research designs used were ex-post facto and ethnographic which were quantitative and qualitative. The population from which the study sample was drawn came from school-going children in Nairobi Province aged between 6 to 13 years 11 months. The researcher in identifying the sample used purposive sampling for piloting and for the actual study.