When language doesn’t speak for itself - Children's lecture

Language helps us to understand the world around us and to understand ourselves. Children with a language development disorder have more difficulties understanding others and themselves. Therefore they don’t make friends very easily and often stay angry or sad longer than others. In this children’s lecture Constance Vissers and colleagues explain why this is the case and let you experience how it feels to have difficulties with language.

By Constance Vissers, Jet Isarin en Lot Isarin, Behavioural Science Institute

14:45 - 15:15

9 years and over

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