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5- 2 = 3 O U T P U T
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Types of Disabilities Related to Output Communication Disorders S L Emotional Physical
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Communication Disorders Speech- abnormal speech that is  Language-inability 
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Prevalence of  Communication Disorders About 10% of school-age children receive speech  and/or language services One of the most prevalent categories of children  served in SPE=20% of those in SPE  Students with a communication disorder as their  primary label make up about 2% of school-aged  population Speech/Language problems most common in  young children Can co-exist with other disorders/disabilities
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Causes of Communication  Disorders O F O Language differences/dialectical  differences in cultures, ethnic groups,  families do not equal disabilities (e.g.  “warsh” for “wash”)
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You might suspect a  communication disorder if… Brainstorm a list of 3-5 “red flags”  that might lead to concern about a  child’s speech/language Then think about what kinds of  adaptations you might need to  make to help that child be  successful
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