Communication is made of many different areas. Enjoy browsing through the areas from the links below:
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MORE RESOURCESPhonology: Omissions, substitutions and/or distortions of speech sounds that impact intelligibility (e.g. Final Consonant Deletion: “so” for “soap”).
Language (Expressive/Receptive): Difficulty with a particular aspect of language. Examples include: Expressive Language, Receptive Language, Grammar, Vocabulary, Phonological Awareness, Social Language, Word Finding.Dysfluency (i.e. Stuttering): The inability to maintain a normal flow of speech. This includes repetitions (li-li-like this), prolongations (lllllike this) or abnormal stoppages (no sound) of sounds and syllables.
Voice Disorders: Disorders that affect the overall quality of the sound of a child's voice (e.g. hoarse or harsh).
Central Auditory Processing (CAP): The inability to differentiate, recognize or understand sounds. Hearing is normal.