Children with specific language impairment will be the standard reference work dealing with all types of developmental language disorders for the next decade or until the third edition graces our shelves marc e fey professor of hearing and speech university of kansas medical center. Specific language impairment sli is a language disorder that delays the mastery of language skills in children who have no hearing loss or other developmental delays sli is also called developmental language disorder language delay or developmental dysphasia. Language language impairments where the child has problems expressing needs ideas or information and or in understanding what others say these areas are reflected in how speech or language impairment is defined in special education law. Speech and language impairments tend to emerge at a young age and the earlier a child is diagnosed and receives services accordingly the more likely that child can outgrow the disability speech language pathologists work with children with speech and language impairments as well as with parents and teachers. Specific language impairment sli is diagnosed when a childs language does not develop normally and the difficulties cannot be accounted for by generally slow development physical abnormality of the speech apparatus autism spectrum disorder apraxia acquired brain damage or hearing loss
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