Expressive language disorder

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  • Expressive-Receptive Language Disorder

    Introduction to Children with Language Disorders, a language disorder is a “deviation in the usual rate and/or sequence with which specific language skills emerge” (Reed, 2011, p. 81). X is a nine-year-old boy who was diagnosed with an expressive- receptive language disorder. The patient attends speech therapy routinely at John Keys Speech and Hearing Clinic, and is currently making progress towards his set goals. Throughout X’s nine years of life, he has faced many obstacles. While in gestation, his mother had poor prenatal health causing the patient to be born premature. X said his first word at the young age of 9 months. He was later diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). His…

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  • Expressive-Receptive Language Disorder Case Study

    In addition to an Expressive/ Receptive Language Disorder, Amanda is also presenting with a Sensory Integration Disorder (SID), now commonly referred to Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD). Her symptoms include hyperarousal to visual and auditory stimuli. A Diagnosis of SID entails problems associated with the interpretation of any form of sensory input. A Difficulty processing normal sensory stimuli can affect the normal development of children and with certain degrees of severity relate to…

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  • Current Levels Of Educational Performance Case Study

    September 22, 2016, I had the pleasure of observing a middle school classroom at The Day School. During my observation, I reviewed an extremely well written IEP for a tenth grade student diagnosed with autism and cerebral palsy. Academically, the student performs below her same age peers and state approved academic standards. She demonstrates delays in the areas of cognition, receptive and expressive language, fine and gross motor skills, self-care, and behavior and social skills. The…

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  • Reflection On Cason And Laken

    This summer I worked at Canton Local School Districts summer camp. During this summer camp I worked with Cason and Laken who are eight-year-old identical twin brothers. Cason and Laken both have down-syndrome. I have met Cason and Laken before as I observed in their classroom a few years ago but did not realize until working directly with them this summer how limited their expressive language was. During my field experience I really got to know Cason and Laken and realized how sweet,…

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  • Language Scale Score Essay

    100 that the true score is between 31 and 45. Danny score is ranked at 0.1 percentile which means that Danny scored as well or better than 0.1 of the examinees his age. The second test Danny was given was the Oral and Written Language Scales (OWLS). The OWLS is an assessment of receptive and expressive (oral and written) language for children and adults 3 to 21 years old. The OWLS consist of three scales listening comprehension, oral expression, and written expression. It assesses not only…

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  • Mike's Language Disability Analysis

    Early childhood human development is a very critical foundation for a child’s academic and social communication. Consequently, I believe my analysis of Mike’s language disability is having a lasting affect on his progress in communication and cognitive development. Some of his disability could be traced to early human development. Deiner and Deiner state that “vowels and the consonants /p/, /b/, /m/, an /w/ are [the] easiest for a young child to pronounce” (p. 277). Moreover, I believe Mike…

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  • Clinician Intervention Case Study

    the clinician will use to target Amanda’s specific language weakness are narratives and discourse. The client’s teacher main concerns were the areas of expressive language skills as well as limited vocabulary. The clinician will target narratives and discourse to increase the client’s expressive language skills. Research by McCabe and Bliss, supports that children should have the ability to provide with a minimum of two events in a narrative. The clinician can guide the client to create a…

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  • Sample Case Study In Special Education

    Some of the things I have learned from my girl scout has helped me when he has a meltdown. At home, I have four children. The oldest developed anxiety due to ptsd from date rape. She also has trichotillomania. My oldest boy has reactive attachment disorder, as well as schizoaffective disorder. Combine all of this with attention deficit disorder and oppositional defiance and it makes for an interesting life. My youngest has dislexia and attention deficit hyperactiviy disorder. My youngest…

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  • The MAVA, Or Montgomery Assessment Of Vocabulary Acquisition

    together. I administered two different tests to Sarah Lee in order to understand why she has been feeling speechless and tongue-tied. The tests were the MAVA and the Told I;4. The MAVA, or Montgomery Assessment of Vocabulary Acquisition, is broken into two parts: an expressive vocabulary part, and a receptive vocabulary part. The entire test takes approximately 30 minutes to take, 15 minutes per section. The receptive part of the test is given to the child orally and via pictures and the child…

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  • Preschoolers Language Development

    Researchers and clinicians use a number of measures to analyze preschoolers’ language development. Researchers primarily use two methods in order to gain this information. The first kind is a language sample analysis. While similar to the measurements used on toddlers, there are more options available to study the development of preschoolers. To study semantics, researchers look at the “total number of words” (TNW), number of different words (NDW), and the type token ratio (TTR)”. In order to…

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