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COMMUNICATION DISORDERS

G-S.A.L.T. LLC Institute offers services to clients with a variety of communication disorders.

Expressive Language Delay - Delay in developing language and communication skills.

Voice - Abnormality in the quality of voice, pitch, volume, resonance, or tone, or voice quality that does not match a person’s age or sex.

Receptive Language Delay - Difficulty understanding spoken language, following directions, or responding to questions.

Apraxia - Motor-speech disorder that affects a person's ability to say sounds, syllables, and words.

Articulation Disorders - Difficulty producing speech sounds clearly.  These include sound substitutions, omissions, distortions, deletions, or adding unnecessary sounds.

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Oral Motor - Difficulties with oral motor skills that can affect articulation, eating, chewing, or swallowing.

Auditory Processing Disorders - Difficulty processing information, interpreting information, or sounds one hears.

Study Skills - Poor test performance due to difficulty 

understanding or applying study skills techniques.

Social Skills Development - Difficulty using language to communicate in different social situations, modifying language to meet the needs of the listener, or following the rules of conversation.

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