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Services: Language Therapy


Ecompasses but is not limited to:
  • Receptive Language/Central Auditory Processing

  • Expressive Language

  • Reading Comprehension

  • Social/Pragmatic Language



What are some signs or symptoms of language disorders?


Some children have problems with understanding, also called receptive language.


They may have difficulty:


  • Understanding what gestures mean 

  • Following directions

  • Answering questions

  • Identifying objects and pictures

  • Taking turns when talking with others


Some children have problems talking, also called expressive language.


They may have difficulty:


  • Asking questions

  • Retelling a story or talking about daily events

  • Naming objects

  • Putting words together into sentences

  • Using correct pronouns, like "he" or "they"

  • Using prepositions correctly

  • Knowing how to start a conversation and keep it going







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