There are two categories of language disorders: receptive language and expressive language.
When a child exhibits a receptive language disorder, he or she demonstrates difficulty understanding what others are saying. This includes difficulty following directions, and answering questions.
When a child demonstrates an expressive Language Disorder, he shows difficulty expressing his wants, needs, and knowledge to others in his environment.
Buckhead Speech Specialists, Inc. utilizes several therapy techniques for language therapy. When working with toddlers and pre-school students with language disorders, we use naturalistic, child-led therapy, to make learning engaging and fun. Children learn through play, and language is absorbed during meaningful activities. Parent education is always provided, along with activities to use at home.
For more information or to register, please contact Kelsey Dalene at 404-808-5427 or email firstname.lastname@example.org