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A Look At What We Do Speech/Language Pathologists
Communication Disorders Language Disorders Speech Disorders Voice Disorders Fluency Disorders
Language Disorders Definition: A language disorder is the impaired comprehension and/or use of spoken and written language.
Speech Disorders Definition: A speech disorder is an impairment of articulation of individual speech sounds.
Voice Disorders Definition: A voice disorder is an impairment in the pitch, loudness, and/or resonance of voice.
Fluency Disorders Definition: A fluency disorder is an impairment in speech characterized by abnormal hesitations and/or repetitions of syllables, words, or phrases.
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