What Is A Mixed Receptive Expressive Language Disorder?

March 02 23:03 2019 Print This Article

It is defined as a disorder in which there is a problem in the communication. It is also known as the MREL. There is a problem in the expressive as well as receptive areas. The amount of its involvement varies from mild, moderate or severe.

What are the signs and symptoms of mixed receptive expressive language disorder?

It includes the arithmetic problem. The patients also have a problem to understand the instructions and to use the words in one form or other. There is also a problem with the words as well as sentences which are difficult to speak and understand.

How mixed receptive expressive language disorder can be diagnosed?

It is done with the help of a W A Intelligence scale and it shows the scores which keep on changing. In few cases there is an arithmetic problem. The patients also have a problem to understand the instructions and to use the words in one form or other.

How mixed receptive expressive language disorder can be treated?

One can take the help of a pathologist or a speech pathologist. These treatments are short lived and one must depend on the accommodations made in the environment of a person. If it is caused due to the brain injury or stroke it is treated by the help of a speech pathologist. It is treated by the help of exercise so to recall can be improved. In case of trauma to brain there is a treatment that the language therapy must be start as early as possible and must be met according to the needs of patient. The treatment is difficult as this disorder occurs due to the problem in development. The part of brain which deals with a recall word is not developed fully. The treatment must not interfere with the normal functioning of work as well as school.

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