SLP Corner: 5 Tips to Help a Child with Word-Finding Difficulties

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[Source:  Speech Blog UK]

Many of the children I work with (especially those at junior and secondary age) have word-finding difficulties.  It’s a term you often see written in speech therapy reports.  But what exactly does this mean and how can you help?

What is a word-finding difficulty?    Basically, a word-finding difficulty is exactly what it sounds like – a difficulty with finding the words you want to say.  This is something we all experience from time to time.  The easiest way to explain it is that “tip of the tongue” feeling that you get when you can’t remember someone’s name or a word that you know

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