Language Delays


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Language Delays

Speech and language development skills include not just being able to learn and use new words but also understanding body language and gestures, and being able to communicate with others. These skills are harder for kids to develop when they have a vision or hearing deficit, cognitive impairment or psychosocial disorder. A child with a language delay is developing his or her communication skills in the right order, but slower than others; this is among the most common developmental issues, impacting up to 10 percent of all pre-school aged kids. Early interventions such as concentrated speech and language therapy, along with corrective instruments for vision and hearing, can dramatically improve a child’s ability to avoid potential social and learning problems associated with their communication disorder.
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Orlando, FL, 32803-1468
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