Receptive Language Disorder
Receptive language refers to understanding language in your environment. Receptive language includes understanding not only spoken language, but also non-verbal language including written language and sign language. Some children may experience challenges with receptive language or have a receptive language disorder.
Children may benefit from speech therapy to build receptive language skills if they demonstrate difficulty in any of the following skill areas:
Speech-language pathologists are licensed clinicians who can help children build a wide range of skills including receptive language. Clinicians individualize therapy sessions based on the specific strengths and areas of concern.