Expressive language goals focus on an individual’s use of language. This post will explain how to write goals to address expressive language in intervention using the Communication Community Goal Writing Formula!
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Expressive language is the language that we produce or use to communicate messages. One’s primary expressive language system can look different depending on the individual. We will talk about how phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics play a role in expressive language.
Receptive language is the language that we understand. When we are listening to someone speak or when we read, we are using our receptive language skills. Individuals who have deficits related to receptive language may have difficulties with following directions or understanding stories.
The 5 domains of language include: phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics. Why are they important for therapy and language development? We will discuss why!
Books are great resources because they can be used to target many skills - from receptive language to expressive language to literacy skills to social communication.
What is Adult Dysphagia (Difficulty Swallowing)? The Symptoms, Causes, Evaluations, and Treatment Options
Dysphagia, also known as difficulty swallowing, can affect children or adults. There are numerous symptoms, causes, tests and treatment options for dysphagia.
Dysarthria is a motor speech disorder that has a significant range in terms of its severity. There are actually 7 different classifications of dysarthria and we will discuss the clinical implications of each. Additionally, we will look at how dysarthria differs from other motor speech disorders.