Developmental Expressive Language Disorder is characterized by a child that has a lower than the normal proficiency of vocabulary for his/her own age.
The main cause of this condition is unknown and may be different with each cases. Some experts say that cerebral damage and malnutrition can be the cause of this condition.
Here are the Symptoms of Developmental Expressive Language Disorder:
- vocabulary skills are below average
- having trouble recalling words
- problems with the production of complex sentences
- the tenses in sentence are incorrect