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|Other Titles:||Early Language Development Delay: Late Talkers|
National Taiwan Normal University Special Education Center
The purpose of this paper was to introduce a group of children with language development delay-the late talkers. This group of children showed normal abilities in sensation, movement and cognition. but started to talk obviously later than children with normal language development. The difficulties of late talkers might not only be on communication but could have result in specific language Impairment or learning disability once the problems are not solved. Although some of late talkers could automatically catch up with their peers' language development, there were who may stay behind. This paper described the diagnosis criteria, prevalence, development characteristics, and the prognosis to present a comprehensive picture of late talkers.
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