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How can a person tell if a person has a communication disorder or learning disability...
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- word production and formation
- inability to verbalize
- inability to understand spoken language
- inability to follow simple directions
- (teenagers) inability to visualize or verbalize abstract scenarios
- information processing
- cognitive dissonance
- mild mental deceleration
- autism (or traits)
- ohi (other health impaired)
Communication disorders have symptoms that are relative to the underlying causes.
Symptoms of evident commo disorder include:
Hearing issues are also associated to communication disorders. One being a result of the other.
The way to determine if this is a learning disability is by discerning whether the word production is merely caused by a hearing disability or by a specific neurological and cognitive disorder. For example, the inability to follow simple directions, the inability to verbalize, and the inability to understand spoken language could be symptoms of
The importance of documentation is that the teacher can make the correlation of whether the interventions have any success that can be measured academically. When the academic data shows that there is a connection between the disorder and the skill that cannot be mastered, then there is a higher chance that the underlying problem is caused by a cognitive and not a mere communicative irregularity.
Posted by herappleness on July 18, 2013 at 12:03 AM (Answer #1)
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