Sean M. Redmond, Ph.D., and Amy Wilder, M.S. University of Utah Why do we need to compare children’s development? We pay a lot of attention to how kids grow, leading researchers, educators and clinici [...]
We socialize verbally all the time without giving it too much thought. Talking is how we start and keep friendships, resolve differences, and get the things we want. For children with DLD, weak language skills can make socializing difficult.
"Comorbidity" refers to the presence of two or more disorders in the same person. These disorders can occur individually or link together. Read about common co-occuring conditions.