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Echolalia

Nowadays, it's thought that as many as 80% of blind and visually impaired children exhibit echolalia in their speech patterns. It's an ordinary part of language development (because it's an excellent way to practice and learn real language skills) and is often seen in normally sighted children, but their period of echolalic-type speech tends to be much shorter.



http://www.wonderbaby.org/articles/echolalia.html


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