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Language DevelopmentPragmatics
Children with social pragmatic communication disorders often have a limited range of emotional vocabulary words (e.g., excited, depressed, sad, angry, happy, etc.), which affects their ability to express feelings in a healthy way. It is our job as speech-language pathologists to provide these children opportunities to learn and understand a wider variety of emotional vocabulary.
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