Receptive and Expressive Language Therapy
Children with language disorders have difficulty understanding and/or producing language, spoken or written, at the expected age levels. A receptive language disorder refers to a difficulty understanding language and trouble comprehending what they hear or read. Expressive language disorder refers to difficulty talking or expressing ideas.
A language disorder can affect every person at every age and every facet of life. It can affect you socially, academically, and at work. Don't let your language disorder go untreated any longer.