By The Understood Team
If you’re concerned about your child’s trouble speaking, you’re not alone. Language disorders are more common than you might think. Here, experts answer common questions about language disorders.
Kelli Johnson, M.A., is an educational speech-language pathologist, working with students from early childhood through 12th grade.
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