People with Communication Disorders may demonstrate a deficit one or a combination of speech, language, and communication progress.
- Speech is the ability to produce sounds and implement accurate articulation, fluency, and voice.
- Language incorporates the different forms and functions of speech like spoken words, sign language, written words, and pictures to initiate or continue a conversation.
- Communication includes any form of verbal or nonverbal behavior that influences another individual’s behavior, ideas, or attitudes.
The following are some of the communication disorders: