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Abstract

Specific Language Impermeant (SLI) is a selective neurodevelopmental disorder of unknown etiology that first appears in infancy and is characterized by a delay in language development, as the language lags significantly behind the non-verbal mental level (Oikonomou & Barlokosta, 2011). Difficulties in language skills are a prominent deficit in children with SEN, who despite the heterogeneity, often persist in time and if not addressed in time there is a risk of consolidation.Difficulties in language skills are a prominent deficit in children with SEN, who despite the heterogeneity, often persist in time and if not addressed in time there is a risk of consolidation. After the evaluation of the language deficits and possibilities of K.V. (student of B public primary school, 8 years old) a three-month intervention program was designed focused on enhancing and cultivating phonological skills and decoding to alleviate his difficulties.

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