EXPRESSIVE LANGUAGE

  • Children with expressive language difficulty have a hard time conveying or expressing information in speech, writing, sign language or gesture.

  • Some children are late in reaching typical language milestones in the first three years, but eventually catch up to their peers. These children are commonly referred to as ‘late-talkers’. Children who continue to have difficulty with verbal expression may be diagnosed with expressive language disorder or another language impairment.

SYMPTOMS OF EXPRESSIVE LANGUAGE DISORDER

  • Children with expressive language difficulty have a hard time conveying or expressing information in speech, writing, sign language or gesture.

  • Some children are late in reaching typical language milestones in the first three years, but eventually catch up to their peers. These children are commonly referred to as ‘late-talkers’. Children who continue to have difficulty with verbal expression may be diagnosed with expressive language disorder or another language impairment.

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