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Understanding Language Disorders and Associated Resources

The resources below have been collated to help with understanding Language Disorders.

 

They can help you to understand the impact on a child diagnosed with a language disorder, how it might affect development and how you can support them.

 

The following is an excerpt from the ebooklet Working with children diagnosed with a severe receptive or expressive language disorder by Murray Evely and Zoe Ganim. 
Severe Language Disorder

 
The following website outlines common features of a language disorder and management strategies to support students.
Language Disorder

 
The Supporting People Experiencing Learning Difficulties (SPELD) website outlines features of a language disorder and how they differ from a language delay.
Language Disorders

 
The Special Education Support Service lists strategies to support students with a language disorder. 
Strategies for Learning and Teaching

 
This handout from Leading Learning 4 All outlines how students may be affected by a severe language disorder as well as strategies schools and teachers can use to support students.  
Severe Language Disorder

 
This Leading Learning 4 All website outlines how schools can enable students with a disability to maintain engagement with the curriculum with adjustments and student support. 
Leading Learning 4 All

 
This document from the NSW Centre for Effective Reading outlines strategies for vocabulary building in students with language impairment. 
Working with students with language impairment: Vocabulary

 
The Teaching for Inclusion website outlines common features of a receptive language disorder and management strategies to support to the student.
Receptive Language Disorder

 
Speaking of Speech.com is an interactive forum for speech pathologists and teachers to improve communication skills in schools, and has a ‘materials exchange’ for sharing of resources. 
Speaking of Speech.com

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