Receptive and Expressive Language Disorders and Delay
Does your child know and understand words, but fails to form sentences correctly? Does your child understand the instruction of teachers? Is your child behind other children when it comes to following instructions?
Receptive language disorder: you or your child is having difficulty understanding what they are being told or processing other written/verbal input.
Expressive language disorder: you or your child is having difficulty saying what they want to say in order to get their point or meaning across.
We can help with both. Studies have shown that as much as 5% of children have expressive and/or receptive language problems before they reach the first grade. This is not a phase your child is going through, but it is very treatable.
In order to have the most effective treatment possible, it is important to diagnose and treat these language disorders as soon as possible. These language disorders can lead to other learning disabilities that are often difficult to diagnose. Call us today or set up an appointment. We do teletherapy for language disorders.