Karla N. Washington, Ph.D. University of Cincinnati We communicate to be included with others and to learn. This happens so easily most of the time. We don’t stop to think about just how important goo [...]
Rhea Paul, Ph.D., CCC-SLP Sacred Heart University “Einstein didn’t talk until he was four.” “My two-year-old isn’t talking because her big sister talks for her.” “My toddler isn’t talking but he’s had [...]
Jodi Oliver, a parent with a child diagnosed with DLD, talks about her experience with the disorder, a condition where children have problems understanding and/or using spoken language.
Developmental language disorder (DLD) is a condition where children have problems understanding and/or using spoken language. Watch how DLD has impacted Grant's life and how he has coped with his condition
Many parents of children who have Developmental Language Disorder (DLD), have never heard of DLD. Here we explore some potential reasons and provide some guidelines for those of you who are seeking a diagnosis.
"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.