Characteristics of Phonological Disorder?


A phonological disorder is a form of disability where a child fails to develop the ability to make certain sounds in speech. It occurs more in boys than in girls and is characterized by problems pronouncing words that begin with two or more consonants and problems with words that have certain sounds e.g. 'wabbit' for 'rabbit'.
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1. Look for a failure in ability to use developmentally expected speech sounds that are appropriate for age and dialect. Examples of this would be errors in sound production, use,
Phonological disorder is a failure to use speech sounds appropriate for the
Children should be examined for disorders such as: Cognitive problems (such as mental retardation) Hearing impairment Neurological conditions (such as cerebral palsy) Physical problems
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