Is your loved one difficult to understand? Does he or she have a hard time telling you what they want and do they easily get frustrated with their difficulty in communicating?

Identifying a communication disorder in a person can be difficult, but knowing the signs is helpful in getting your loved one the help they need quicker. Some signs of a language disorder can include no smiling or interacting, having trouble reading or writing and not easily understanding words. What family or friends can do to help their loved one is to listen, read and talk about what you are doing to help a loved one understand communication.

This video will help give some examples of what it is like to have a communication disorder:

Blog Written By: Joann Anderson, Speech & Language Pathologist

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