Language therapy (can be receptive, expressive or both)
Language development lags behind expected norms. Expressive language disorders occur when a child demonstrated difficulty with verbal expression.
Receptive language disorders occur when a child presents with difficulty to attend to, process, comprehend, retain or integrate spoken language.
Second language learner. A child is being schooled in a language other than their first language.
Language learning therapy
Struggles with schoolwork e.g. reading and writing.
A child with auditory processing disorder presents with difficulty in processing the information they hear in the same way as others. This is often confused with a hearing loss.