What is it?

Cognitive communication disorders are those in which a person has difficulty communicating because of brain injury to the area that controls the ability to think. This lack of ability can cause as memory loss, lack of organization and problem solving, which generally manifest as problems to speak properly, listen, read, write or interact in society. The cause for cognitive communication disorder may also be contributed to biological anomalies and brain development problems. In that cases, the symptoms will be seen in an early age. Cognitive communication disorders are those in which a person has difficulty communicating because of brain injury to the area that controls the ability to think. This lack of ability can cause as memory loss, lack of organization and problem solving, which generally manifest as problems to speak properly, listen, read, write or interact in society. The cause for cognitive communication disorder may also be contributed to biological anomalies and brain development problems. In that cases, the symptoms will be seen in an early age.

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Signs & symptoms

The symptoms for cognitive communication disorders are not specific and usually contain difficulty keeping normal sleep and wake cycles, struggles to pay attention, memory problems, problem with expressing themselves, and quick changes in personality.

Diagnosis

When the symptoms are seen in childhood, a child psychiatrist is usually consulted. A comprehensive evaluation also involves psychometric and psychological testing, reaction to different situations, and thinking performance.

Treatment

There are several treatment options for cognitive communication disorders. they depend on the patient’s age, the etiology, and the patient surroundings. Treatments may include finding exercises to improve the patient memory and communication, teaching an alternative form of communication, teaching memory recall skills like using a calendar system and other skills that may improve short and long term memory.

☝️ This is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Please consult with your physician before making any medical decision.

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