Disorders

An Unexpected Success

At the end of the school year, professionals working in education often recount their successes. Oh sure, we have the usual student “graduations” from Speech, a new school assignment,  a hard-won new or improved employee benefit, or maybe even an expanded supplies budget. As long and as hard as I searched through my various sources,

Great Book- Understanding Developmental Language Disorders

Understanding Developmental Language Disorders by Courtenay Frazier Norbury, J. Bruce Tomlin and Dorothy V.M. Bishop is a book worth adding to your Christmas list if you don’t already own a copy. Children are diagnosed with Diagnoistic Language Disorders (DLD) when they fail to develop his or her native language without any apparent reason. This disorder