Examples of Communication Disorders: Autism, Aphasia, Asperger etc
Examples of communication disorders:
- autism — a developmental defect that affects understanding of emotional communication
- aphasia — loss of the ability to produce or comprehend language
- Learning disability – Both speaking and listening components of the definition
- Dysnomia - Deficit involving word retrieval
- Asperger syndrome – Areas of social and pragmatic language
- Semantic Pragmatic Disorder – Challenges with the semantic and pragmatic aspects of language
- blindness – a defect of the eye or visual system
- deafness – a defect of the ear or auditory system
- dyslexia – a defect of the systems used in reading
- dyscalculia – a defect of the systems used in communicating numbers
- expressive language disorder — affects speaking and understanding where there is no delay in non-verbal intelligence.
- mixed receptive-expressive language disorder — affects speaking, understanding, reading and writing where there is no delay in non-verbal intelligence.
- speech disorders such as
- cluttering, a speech organization disorder
- oesophageal voice
- speech sound disorder
- specific language impairment
Tagged as: aphasia, asperger syndrome, Autism, blindness, cluttering, communication disorders, deafness, dysarthria, dyscalculia, dyslexia, dysnomia, expressive language disorder, learning disability, semantic pragmatic disorder, specific language impairment, speech sound disorder, Stuttering
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