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Disability Resource Center

Speech and Language Disability

Speech and language impairments mean one or more speech/language disorders of voice, articulation, rhythm, and/or the receptive and expressive processes of language that limits the quality, accuracy, intelligibility or fluency of producing the sounds that comprise spoken language.

Speech impairment does not apply to language having to do with a foreign accent or to any limitation that is caused by a physical or hearing impairment, psychological disability, or acquired brain impairment (ABI).

Disability Resource Center

Building 1600, Room 1615
Phone: 925.424.1510
Fax: 925.424.1515

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