Language Therapy

Children with a receptive language disorder may have some or all of the following symptoms:

- Difficulty understanding what people have said to them.

- Struggle to follow directions that are spoken to them.

- Problems organizing their thoughts for speaking or writing.


Children with an expressive language disorder may have some or all of the following symptoms:

- Struggle to put words together into a sentence or may not string together words correctly in their sentences.

- Have difficulties finding the right words while speaking and use placeholder words like “um.”

- Have a low vocabulary level compared to other children the same age.

- Leave words out of sentences when talking.

- Use tenses (past, present, future) incorrectly.

ADDRESS

4160 IL Route 83, Suite 304

Long Grove, IL, 60047  

Call:  847-821-1237

Text: 847-821-1237

Fax:  847-276-2743

Email: info@cslclinic.com

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