Episode 166: Quick Q&A: What is Developmental Language Disorder?
What is Developmental Language Disorder, or DLD?
Developmental Language Disorder is a brain-based neurodevelopmental diversity - such as autism or dyslexia or dysgraphia. Students with DLD are six times more likely to have reading difficulties. DLD is a brain variation that makes it difficult to learn language from the environment.
- New IDEA Guidance Includes Developmental Language Disorder as a Qualifying Category by Tiffany P. Hogan, Kelly Farquharson, Karla McGregor
- DLD and Me Educator Fact Sheet
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