Whether acquired or developed, language disorders are treatable in children under the care of a qualified School speech-language pathologist (SLP). In fact, 70 percent of preschoolers showed improvement after seeking treatment in speech therapy.
Types of Language Disorders
SLPs use speech therapy to empower children with all types of language disorders.The three types of language disorders:
- Developmental expressive language disorder
- Receptive language disorder
- Pragmatic language disorder
Ways SLPs Treat Language Disorders
Techniques and strategies used by SLPs to treat children with language issues include:
- Discrete trials
- Expansion and extension exercises
- Joint routines
- One-on-one reading sessions
- Narrative skills training
- Improved literacy education
From social isolation to a life of dependency, language disorders can have destructive effects on children if left untreated in children. SLPs offer treatment for all varieties of language disorder symptoms. For more information, visit www.ppredu.com.
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