A baby’s brain response to spoken language can reveal whether that child is likely to develop speech, comprehension and social skills or whether his social and expressive disabilities are likely to remain profound.
This disorder is not about how smart a person is. It is the relationship between spoken and written language. Many people with reading problems have spoken language problems.
Research has shown that, for young children with disabilities, the key to mastering language may be surrounding them with their typically-developing peers.
From the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association regarding some of the most frequently asked questions regarding speech language disorders in the School Settings.