Language is a socially shared code for representing concepts through the use of arbitrary symbols and the rules governed combinations of those symbols. Language problems can occur both in children as well as in adults. When it occurs in children, it is termed as Child Language Disorders and when it occurs in adults it is referred to as Adult Language Disorders. Language problems can be because of a ‘delay’ in the acquisition of normal speech language developmental milestones (commonly seen in children) or due to a specific ‘disorder’ wherein the language is qualitatively different from what is said to be typical. When there is impaired comprehension and/or use of spoken, written and/or other symbol systems, then Language Disorder is said to exist. This involves ‘Disorders of the Form of language’, ‘Disorders of the Content of language’ & ‘Disorders of the Function of language’. At CAPAAR, the Clinical Services for Language Disorders includes the following: a. Clinical Services for Child Language Disorders These include: Assessment and Treatment of speech language delays related to developmental disorders like Autism Spectrum Disorders. Assessment and Treatment of language disorders in pre-school children like children with Specific Language Impairment Assessment and Treatment of speech language delays […] read more