communication disorder


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communication disorder

[kə‚myü·nə′kā·shən ‚dis′ȯrd·ər]
(medicine)
An interference with an individual's ability to comprehend or express ideas, experiences, knowledge, and feelings.
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There is growing evidence that there are similarities and differences between the types and percentages of communication disorders seen by specialists in different countries around the world over the patients' life spans.
SLPs may wish to make it known that they are qualified to deal with infants, and elderly people with communication disorder by highlighting some common disorders in infants such as swallowing problems and delayed language development due to hearing loss, aphasia and dysarthria in elderly people.
The clinical sample consisted of a total of 187 children (126 boys, 61 girls) with communication disorder diagnostic hypothesis as the primary diagnosis at 4.
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.
Table 2 presents various family reactions to having a child with a communication disorder and the accompanying potential risks.
They may feel that they have been forgotten because the communication disorder is demanding more time and support from the parents.
My goal is to (i) investigate the role of subcortical sensory structures in analysing communication signals and (ii) specify how dysfunction in subcortical-cortical interaction can cause human communication disorders.
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Mustafa Al-Bashir stressed the importance of communication between doctors and specialists in the field of child health and find the latest specialized studies on communication disorders.
Unlike most other conditions, many communication disorders are reversible or even preventable with early treatment.
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