Children with language disorders have difficulty expressing their thoughts when talking or writing. They also may have problems understanding what is spoken or written. Child language disorders may range from mild to severe, and may occur from infancy through adolescence.
Early intervention can help children communicate effectively and can alleviate some of the frustration parents and children feel. Early language intervention also can help reduce or prevent later problems with reading, writing, school work, and social behavior. Evaluation and intervention services are important for improving speech and language skills. If you are concerned about your child's language, please contact a pediatric speech pathologist for an evaluation.
Indicators of Child Language Disorders
Indicators of Adolescent Language Disorders
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