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What are the Consequences of a Speech or Language Disorder? Speech and language disorders may reduce the overall quality of life for the person affected. People affected are more likely to have mental illness, learning difficulties, behavioural disorders, and to be socially isolated or unemployed.
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Developmental language disorder (DLD) is a type of speech, language and communication need (SLCN) that affects the way that children understand and use language. DLD increases the risk of a range of negative impacts on education, employment, and social and emotional problems, but appropriate support can make a difference.
Specific language impairment (SLI) is a developmental language disorder characterized by the inability to master spoken and written language expression and comprehension, despite normal nonverbal intelligence, hearing acuity, and speech motor skills, and no overt physical disability, recognized syndrome, or other mitigating medical factors known to cause language disorders in children.
Speech-language disorder-1 is an autosomal dominant disorder characterized by severe orofacial dyspraxia resulting in largely incomprehensible speech. Affected individuals were originally thought to have specific defects in the use of grammatical suffixation rules (Gopnik, 1990; Gopnik and Crago, 1991).
Specific developmental disorders of speech and language are often comorbid with other neurodevelopmental disorders, such as motor coordination disorder and ADHD. These disorders are usually detected in early childhood and commonly treated during the preschool and school years.
Specific Language Impairment Understanding SLI, Receptive and Receptive-Expressive Language Disorder. Specific language impairment (SLI) describes a condition of markedly delayed language development in the absence of any conditions such as deafness, autism, or mental retardation that would explain the delay.