Receptive Language Skills may be impaired if...

the speaker has difficulty understanding what others are saying

there is evidence of difficulty in following simple/complex directions

social interactions (e.g., play or communication) are not comparable to age peers

Expressive Language Skills may be impaired if...

the speaker is unable to communicate in a manner similar to age peers

the speaker is often misunderstood by unfamiliar listeners

the speaker has difficulty using words to make requests and/or share his/her interests

a person's speech is characterized by frequent pauses, repetitions, or rephrasals

Articulation Skills may be impaired if...

the speaker does not make the same sounds as their age peers

the speaker is unintelligible during daily interactions

the speaker becomes frustrated when he/she is unable to say words clearly

Child/Adult Speech and Language Services can address:

  • ADD and ADHD  

  • Aphasia

  • Apraxia

  • Articulation Impairments

  • Asperger’s

  • Auditory Processing

  • Autism Spectrum Disorders

  • Language Delay and Disorders

  • Pervasive Developmental Disorder

  • Pragmatic Language Delay and Disorders

  • Public Speaking Skills

  • Stuttering

  • Traumatic Brain Injury

  • Voice Disorders 

Speech-Language Pathologist, Professional Development Provider, & Educational Consultant, Middletown, Hamilton, Ohio, Dallas, Fort Worth, DFW, Maryland, International
Cell: 682.777.2749

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