Study finds school problems for children with early speech difficulties

11/15/2011 | Age (Melbourne, Australia), The

A new report says children with speech and language difficulties who are not treated before they start school are more likely to fall behind or be bullied. The study, by researchers at Charles Sturt University in Australia, recommended that speech difficulties be given the same priority as attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, hearing impairments and asthma in young children.

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