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Here you will find many resources and links related to different types of speech, language and communication difficulty. Click on the type of difficulty for more information, and to access these resources and links. 

Some children have difficulties with their early communication skills, including play and attention skills. For example, a young child might find it difficult to follow an adult’s attention when looking at and playing with some new toys.

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Some children have difficulties with their spoken language, this could include difficulties with specific parts of grammar (for example, verb tenses) or also only using a few spoken words.

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Some children have difficulties with their skills at understanding language (sometimes called receptive language skills). For example, a child may be able to hear a teacher’s instruction in class but not understand the language used or specific words within the instruction or sentence.

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Some children have difficulties with knowing when to use the right sounds in words, and/or difficulties in making certain specific sounds clearly. This can make it hard for them to be understood by those they talk to.

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Some children have difficulties with social skills and interaction such as being able to use language appropriately within a social context. Social skills are the ways in which we use both language, and non-verbal communication such as eye contact, facial expressions and body language, to communicate effectively.

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