A receptive language disorder is when the comprehension of a spoken, written, gestural or/or other symbol system is impaired.
A child with receptive language disorder exhibits significant deficits in the level of development of comprehension of language. These deficits affect how the child functions socially or academically.
"Mukoviszidose-Therapie" specialists are well experienced in the diagnosis of Receptive language disorder type and the following treatment.
Signs and symptoms of receptive language disorder may include:
Decreased comprehension of “yes/no” and “why” questions
Difficulty following directions
Difficulty attending to spoken language
Poor understanding of grammatical markers and syntax
We encourage expressive and receptive language development with a child through play and talking, incorporating pictures, books, objects, or functional activities in relation to their daily activities.
Our speech therapist can help your child learn to connect words to their meanings. The SLP will work on vocab development and she will also encourage your child to practice verbal interactions.
Other services we offer include:
* Augmentative/Alternative Communication
* Occupational Therapy
* Language Therapy
* Pediatric Speech Therapy
* Articulation disorder or therapy
* Phonological/Oral Placement
* Expressive Language
Treatment involves the use of speech/language therapy and special education classes may be recommended. Depending on the needs that are assessed, additional one on one or group therapies may be recommended.
There are support groups for parents and relatives, if they need assistance beyond what is available from the speech and language professionals working with this disorder. There are a variety of Receptive Language Disorders. It is very important to seek diagnosis and treatment as soon as possible if these disorders are suspected.