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Population:

Pediatric

Discipline:

SLP

Diagnosis:

Language Development
Signs of selective mutism may be evident during early childhood. The disorder can continue into adulthood with increasing severity if left untreated. These activities may be used with children in the home, school, or clinical setting to help reduce anxiety, and to increase opportunities for global communication for improved socialization.
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