What Is An Expressive Language Disorder?

April 23 00:15 2019 Print This Article

It is defined as a disorder in which there is a problem in the communication in which there is a problem in the written as well as verbal expression. It is a main language problem in which the individual is not able to speak properly. It is below the level of mental age the comprehension of language is in a normal limit. One has to face troubles in the vocabulary and produces complex sentences and has a problem to remember the words. The articulation may or may not be normal.

There is a problem in the production in speech and the person has a trouble in the remember things. It affects the work as well as schooling in one way or other. One must go for a proper speech therapy and must be treated as soon as possible. One must take proper care to differentiate between these disorders and other communication problems. The other problems can be sensory or motor or intellectual and one can also go for the deprivation of environment. The speech of a person is affected and so is writing but there are few differences to it.

What are the signs and symptoms of Expressive language disorder?

It includes the troubles in the vocabulary and produces complex sentences and has a problem to remember the words. The articulation may or may not be normal. There is a problem in the production in speech and the person has a trouble in the remember things.

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