Social/Pragmatic Language Disorders
Signs and symptoms of social/pragmatic language disorders:
- Excessive questioning.
- Lack of eye contact.
- Aggressive language.
- Excessive talk about specific subjects in too much detail.
- Only talking about him/herself.
- Uninterested in other children.
- Unable to engage in conversational exchange.
- Literal/concrete understanding of language.
- Unable to answer open-ended questions such as what happened?
- Difficulty with abstract language.