Language therapy treats communication delays or conditions related to aphasia, expressive or receptive language, literacy, or social (pragmatic) language.
With expressive language, you say what you want, ask questions, and describe your choices, while receptive language refers to how you understand language. Listening skills and following directions depend on receptive language. (i.e., understanding what is being said ability to follow directions).
Grammar Skills: Your child’s ability to use grammatical markers to form complete sentences.