Month: January 2020

Elimination of Phonological Processes

While a child’s speech and language is developing, he or she may demonstrate one or more phonological processes, which are patterns of sound errors that young children use to simplify adult speech as they are learning to talk. As children develop, they eventually stop using these processes and their speech begins to sound more and more like …

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Expressive vs. Receptive Language

Expressive vs. Receptive Language If a person has trouble understanding others or sharing thoughts, ideas and feelings, the person may have a language disorder. A language disorder can be a receptive or expressive language disorder. To determine if your child has receptive or expressive language difficulties, it is important to understand the difference between receptive …

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