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Phonological Disorder

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Phonological Disorder

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Definition: Phonology involves the organization of sounds in language. A phonological disorder occurs when a child has difficulty organizing these sounds correctly within words.

Symptoms:

Sound Substitution: Children may substitute one sound for another, such as saying 'doe' instead of 'go'.

Sound Omission: Certain sounds may be left out of words, even though the child can produce them correctly in other contexts.

Impact: Phonological disorders can lead to ongoing difficulties with language and literacy, as understanding sound rules in words is crucial for reading and spelling.

Related Condition: Dyslalia, characterized by inaccurate speech sounds despite normal language skills, may also be present. This includes severe articulation errors that hinder speech intelligibility.

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