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Language disorders (and delays) for elementary school children (ages 6-14) involve the receptive and expressive language abilities. Language disorders may be diagnosed as aphasia, fluency, apraxia, grammar (semantics, syntax), idioms, and pragmatics.

Receptive language disorders comprise a child's difficulty understanding and processing information. 

Expressive language disorders are demonstrated in a child's speech and can include difficulty with word formulation, limited vocabulary, inability to use proper language, or use of socially inappropriate language. 

The products in this section were either developed or carefully selected by Say It Right to help SLPs treat language disorders.

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