Language Disorder Associated with a Biomedical Condition

Sometimes a child has other developmental difficulties in addition to communication difficulties.  The language disorder is then part of a more global problem.  When the problem has been identified, it is then possible to better adapt to the learning style and needs of the child.  

The following are examples of biomedical conditions that may include a language disorder:

- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Global Developmental Delay
- Intellectual Disability
- Down Syndrome
- Hearing Impairment
- Cerebral Palsy
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Acquired Epileptic Aphasia