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Sabtu, 09 November 2013

children and dislalia

The dislalia is one of the most common speech disorders in children. It is also one of the most difficult to identify .

The dislalia is a speech disorder characterized by a child has difficulty pronouncing certain phonemes. It is probably the most common disorder in children and appears in childhood , when the child learns to speak .

Types dislalia

Overall dyslalia develops between 3 and 5 years of the child, when it starts to fully develop their ability to speak. At this stage , costs that parents detect if your child has difficulty pronouncing added , or if their speech is part of the natural learning process . If these problems continue beyond 4 years, parents should consult with a especialesta (speech ) .

Some experts distinguish several types of dislalia in children , depending on their origin . The dislalia can be functional (most common in children) , audiogenic or organic .

    Dislalia functional : the child has difficulty using the articulators . Mispronounces letters such as "r " .
    Organic Dislalia : produced for example by neuronal alterations in the child.
    Dislalia audiogenic : is present many times if hard of hearing children .

Detect dyslalia in children

The dislalia is difficult to detect , often because it follows the same path as the child's learning as we struggle to distinguish parents . If we look at home that the child at age 4 still says " market " instead of "car" , " aua " instead of "water" or " peota " in vey of " ball " , we could be facing a case of dislaia .

The tramiento often over a specialist speech as a speech pathologist. If we find any problems in speech, parents must go to the pediatrician or family doctor , we advise the best choice depending on the specific problem of our child .