speech delay


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speech delay

Any disorder of childhood in the acquisition and use of spoken language.
Synonym: expressive language delay
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"As well as this he needs to be supported with eating as his swallow remains underdeveloped, he has speech delay, and becomes inconsolable when he can't enjoy activities with his friends."
Max, who is now three and about to start primary school, ended up suffering with severe hearing loss which resulted in speech delay.
Xia and colleagues (2014) performed a clinical WES test and described a de novo dominant truncating mutation in the AHDC1 gene in four patients with ID, speech delay, facial dysmorphic features, hypotonia, and sleep apnoea.
At the age of two-and-a-half, he was diagnosed with high functioning autism with speech delay.
We use tablets to help children with speech delay, they get to hear how words are pronounced, we teach them how to use pictures to communicate and learn different skills' she said.
He is diagnosed with a speech delay and a sensory processing disorder.
"Unfortunately these haven't gone and have formed a chronic clot on the brain which has caused my son to have a severe speech delay.
He also had learning and speech delay and only managed to do three weeks at school.
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"As well as this, he needs to be supported with eating because his swallow remains underdeveloped, he has speech delay and becomes inconsolable when he can't enjoy activities with his friends.
The nursery screens every child rigorously every month or two to discover conditions such as speech delay or impaired hearing at an early age.
"When he was around twoand-a-half we started to notice a speech delay. He was always falling over and bumping into things as well, but he was a little boy and the health visitor said it was normal.