Thousands of Spanish families are discovering that their child has language or comprehension disorders. In many cases, no diagnosis will be made. At times, they may be diagnosed with a rare condition. More traditional diagnosis and treatment of more common illnesses will also be available.
The diseases we’re referring to have a variety of causes, many of which are unknown, but they all have one thing in common: the child has a linguistic disorder. From mild pathologies that manifest as difficulty with speech, comprehension, writing, or socialization to major pathologies that isolate the individual. The disorder is usually associated with epilepsy or epileptic diseases.
In addition to developmental and language challenges, children who face everyday educational and social prejudice find language, memory, communication, and full social integration “mission impossible”.