Language Disorder is a neurodevelopmental disorder that occurs when language starts in children. It is characterized by a poor vocabulary, poor grammatical structures, alteration in the use of speech. This means that it is not only that quantitatively are the child’s language skills below its chronological age, but follows a different pattern of development than normal.
It has to do with the ability to understand and/or produce language, and therefore to communicate, affecting other areas such as social and school. It’s not a hearing or vocalization problem, it’s about how the brain processes what it hears and what it means.
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