Language processing disorder (LPD) is a learning disability that involves in processing and linguistic information. LPD that causes difficulty in understanding what they hear and what they want to say through speech. LPD affects the area in the brain where it controls the language processing. LPD could be possible with genetic disorders, hereditary, prenatal nutrition or others problems that are associated with the neurological illness.
TYPES OF LPD
1. Expressive language issues
2. Receptive language issues
3. Mixed receptive-expressive language issues
Language disorders can be either developmental or acquired. Causes of the developmental LPD can be unknown, acquired LPD is caused if an individual has brain injury or neurological illness, sometimes these conditions are misdiagnosed as developmental disorders.
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