What is a language disorder?

A language disorder is a problem with understanding or using language, whether it’s spoken, written, symbol system, gesture or sign language.

A language disorder may involve:

Form of language

The sound system and rules of language, the structure of words and how word forms are constructed, and the order and combination of words to form sentences.

content of language

The meanings of words and sentences.

function pragmaticS

The combination of language components in functional and socially appropriate ways.

At Voice Culture, we work together on the form, content and function of language to help your child overcome these language difficulties.

If you believe that your child has a language disorder and needs specialist help, contact us today or call on (09) 360 0535 or (09) 576 6400. We’ll help your child communicate with confidence.