communication disorder


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communication disorder

n.
Any of various disorders, such as stuttering, characterized by impaired written or verbal expression or understanding.

com·mu·ni·ca·tion dis·or·der

(kŏ-myūn'i-kā'shŭn dis-ōr'dĕr)
Any impairment of hearing, language, or speech that interferes with the ability to transmit or receive linguistic information.
Synonym(s): communicative disorder.

communication disorder

Any speech or language impairment that interferes with human communication.
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As listed above, several studies that examined university clinics that provide services for patients with communication disorders have provided valuable information about the demographic and clinical characteristics of these disorders.
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For the purpose of this article, discussion will focus on episodic grief resulting from an initial diagnosis of a communication disorder in a child.
In situations where the SLP believes that intervention for a communication disorder is being hindered by the presence of emotional or psychological problems, a referral for counseling is justified.
The process of diagnosis and therapeutic monitoring in our service for children with communication disorder diagnostic hypothesis consisted of a periodic evaluation (every six months) by a paediatric neurologist and a clinical psychologist specialized in neurodevelopment, and weekly speech therapy sessions.
The differences between the two sets of guidelines might create some disquietude for SLPs who believe that a child's communication disorder meets the IDEA criteria for dismissal even though he or she continues to display significant features of a disorder relative to the ASHA guidelines for dismissal.
org), which offers resources about identifying communication disorders for parents and professionals alike.
Subjects for this study were 100 undergraduate students from five disciplines including 24 (24%) communication disorders majors, 16 (16%) engineering majors, 27 (27%) education majors, 15 (15%) nursing majors, and 18 (18%) psychology majors.
a) Statistics compiled from fact sheets produced by the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD).
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