Many parents of children with language difficulties prefer to have their children receive speech and language therapy in public schools. Individual therapy is recommended for people with severe language difficulties who require one-on-one care. Individual therapy may also aid children with similar problems such as ADHD or learning impairments. For many young children with language difficulties, group treatment can be the most beneficial and productive alternative. Because no two children with language disorders are the same, group therapy allows children to understand the challenges of others and work with people whose strengths and weaknesses differ from their own. In-class therapy: If you're concerned that your child will be bullied or miss valuable classroom time if he or she attends speech therapy, speak with the school about in-class therapy options. Depending on the size and resources of the school, the speech therapist may be able to team teach with the teacher in your child's classroom on a regular basis, adapting lessons to support children with speech and language impairments.
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