Mixed Receptive Expressive Language Disorder Suggestions
(Also Known As: Communication Disorder Suggestions, Language Impairment Suggestions, Receptive Expressive Language Disorder Suggestions, Expressive Language Disorder Suggestions, Speech And Language Delay Suggestions)
(Reviewed by: Paul Peterson, Licensed Therapist)
Suggestions for Mixed Receptive Expressive Language Disorder
Because the condition of mixed receptive expressive language disorder usually occurs during childhood, early diagnosis and treatment are vital in order to help the child improve their communication skills and social interaction ability. Early treatment can possibly result in a better outcome, however the occurrence of communication disorder is often not preventable since the condition can be possibly acquired from traumatic causes and oftentimes with unknown causes. The prognosis of recovery from the condition is always dependent on the severity and cause of the condition. Mixed receptive expressive language disorder due to brain injury or pathological causes are often associated with poor outcome, with resulting chronic deficiencies on language. Conditions with reversible causes show favorable outcomes from treatment.
The possible complication with communication disorders include social implications and the possibility of interfering with the child’s ability to interact with others that could lead to social isolation and may interfere with academic performance. This is why enrolling the child in a special school designed for catering to special children is highly suggested in order to meet the child’s communication needs and aid in their recovery and learning process. Due to the fact that mixed receptive expressive language disorder can be associated with behavioral disorder it is important to diagnose the other associated disorders that come with communication disorder and be provided with the most appropriate care and treatment.
Could You Have Mixed Receptive Expressive Language Disorder?
Mixed Receptive Expressive Language Disorder Topics
|Asperger's Syndrome – restricted social interaction, repetitive behavior, non-verbal communication deficit, lacking empathy, clumsiness|
|Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder – neurobehavioral developmental disorder, inattention, impulsiveness, hyperactivity, chronic childhood disorder |
|Learning Disorders – delayed development of functional skills, difficulty in organization of thoughts, academic skill deficits|
|Selective Mutism – reluctant to speak even with speech ability, anxiety, autism, Asperger’s Syndrome |