After a few months of taking birth, a child starts learning to communicate, first through sounds and then gradually through words. It is common in children to show some temporary delays in learning to communicate properly, however, most of them catch up with time, whereas some children may find it really difficult to communicate properly even after a few years. Such a situation can be called as communication disorders and that include both speech and language disorders. Lack of fluency in speaking, inefficiency in speech sound production, voice modulation, resonance, etc. are some of the aspects of speech disorders.
If you notice your child facing the problem of creating the speech sounds that are needed for communication, you should consult a speech therapist without any delay. There are some very notable rehabilitation medical centers for children, where speech disorders are effectively treated by scientifically approved pediatric Speech and Language Therapy
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