Do you know about Developmental Language Disorder (DLD)? Eddie & Dyls (9yrs) find out about DLD 1-2-3!
Developmental Language Disorder (DLD): The Consensus Explained
Confusion over terminology for language difficulties ran for almost 200 years and this has hindered awareness and communication. Professor Dorothy Bishop and Professor Maggie Snowling led a consensus process to tackle this issue. In this film Dorothy Bishop explains the consensus process, the agreement to use the term Developmental Language Disorder (DLD) and the agreed criteria for this disorder.
Why is language important for mental health?
In 'WORDS FOR WELLBEING ANIMATION' Professor Courtenay Norbury talks about the connections between Developmental Language Disorder and social, emotional and mental health difficulties. And importantly what parents and professionals can do.
DLD and MeThe goal is to raise awareness about developmental language disorder (DLD) and to offer support and resources for parents, teachers and individuals impacted by DLD.
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