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Speech Difficulties

Articulation disorders:

An articulation disorder is the inability to properly form or make certain types of word sounds. Children with this speech disorder child make sounds like may drop, swap, distort, or add word sounds. An ex- of distorting a word would be saying “thith” instead of “this”.

Fluency disorders:

A fluency disorder affects the child speech flow, speed, and speech rhythm. Stuttering and cluttering are fluency disorders. Children with stuttering have trouble getting out a sound and may have speech that is get interrupted or blocked, or they may repeat part of all of a word. Children with cluttering often speak very fast and merge words together.

Resonance disorder:

A resonance disorder occurs in children’s when regular airflow in the nasal or oral cavities gets a blockage or obstruction that leads to alters the vibrations responsible for voice quality. It may also happen when velopharyngeal valve doesn’t close properly. This Resonance disorders are often associated with neurological disorders like swollen tonsils, and cleft palate,

Receptive disorders:

Patients or children with receptive language disorder have trouble in understanding and processing what others say. it can also cause them to seem uninterested when someone is speaking, having trouble follow directions, or have a limited number of vocabulary. Other, autism, hearing loss, and a head injury can lead to a receptive language disorder.

Expressive disorders:

Children with Expressive language disorder are difficulty conveying or expressing information to parents, family members others also. If any children having an expressive disorder, they may have a trouble to form accurate sentences, like as using incorrect verb tense. It’s closely associated with developmental impairments, like Down syndrome and hearing loss. Expressive disorders can also result from trauma, head injury or a medical condition.

Cognitive-communication disorders:

Children will have Difficulty communicating because of an injury to the part of the brain that controls your ability to think is referred to as cognitive-communication disorder. Resulting in memory issues, problem solving and difficulty speaking or listening. It can be caused by biological problems and cognitive emotional disturbances, such abnormal brain development, certain neurological conditions, a brain injury, CVA (STROKE).