Natural speech disorder

Common aphasia, also known as developmental stuttering or childhood stuttering, refers to a temporary disorder of speech fluency that usually occurs in young children during language development. This is a…

Tongue tie

Stuttering is a speech disorder characterized by interruptions in the flow and rhythm of speech. It affects the fluency of speech and can appear in different ways such as repeating…

developmental language disorder (DLD)

developmental language disorder (DLD) A term used to describe a significant difficulty in learning and using language that is not attributable to an intellectual disability, sensory impairment, neurological condition, or…

Specific Language Impairment (SLI)

Specific language impairment refers to a developmental language disorder characterized by difficulties in language acquisition and use. Speech therapy can be one of the important components of intervention for people…

Bilingualism and speech and language delay

When a child is bilingual and has a speech delay, it is important to consider several factors that may affect their language development. Here are some key points to keep…

Speech and language acquisition delay disorder

A speech and language delay refers to a condition in which the acquisition and development of a child’s speech and language skills is significantly behind the expected milestones for her…