Language-Based Learning Disability


Many children with reading problems have spoken language problems.  There is a strong relationship between spoken and written language. 

A child may have trouble with:

  • Expressing ideas clearly
  • Learning new vocabulary
  • Understanding questions and following directions that are heard and/or read
  • Recalling numbers in sequence
  • Understanding and retaining the details of a story's plot or a classroom lecture
  • Reading and comprehending material
  • Learning words to songs and rhymes
  • Telling left from right
  • Learning the alphabet
  • Identifying the sounds that correspond to letters
  • Spelling

Soaring Speech

8 Taylor Farm Rd

Windham, NH 03087

(603) 244-0025

tarablake@soaringspeech.com


Soaring Speech specializes in diagnosing and treating children with speech and language impairments, including language-based learning disability.  

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If you have concerns regarding your child's speech and language development, contact Soaring Speech.

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