Communication disorders come in many shapes and sizes. They can range from speech to auditory problems. Communication disorders can be very common and starting to show at an early age. Developmental Receptive Language Disorder is one of these common communication disorders. Developmental Receptive Language Disorder can affect your comprehension and your speech. ("mixed receptive-expressive language disorder.")
Developmental Receptive Language Disorder is a problem where you do not understand or comprehend what you are hearing or reading.("Receptive Language Disorders.") It is often referred to as a learning disability. A person who has this disorder can not efficiently process language and that can often result in using correct spoken or written language. (Victorian Government)
Hearing problems could be one cause for this disorder. If the child does not hear well then they obviously cant process what they can not hear. This can also cause a problem distinguishing the difference in similar sounds.("mixed receptive-expressive language disorder." )It causes a delay in speech and language development.("Receptive Language Disorders.") It has also shown to cause loneliness and poor self-concept. ("Receptive Language Disorders.")
Having problems with vision is another reason for this problem. A child will not have the facial clues other children show and seem lost at times. (Victorian Government) If the child has a vision problem then they also may not be able to see how the mouth moves when it says a word to make the word themselves further delaying the speech learning process. ("Receptive Language Disorders.")
If a child has a problem in these areas it may be hard for the child's attention to be kept. (Victorian Government) Not being able to concentrate creates a whole new problem for someone with this disorder. There could also be a problem with memory.("Receptive Language Disorders.") The child may have problems remembering what order the words...
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