Some children have difficulty with pragmatic language. Pragmatic language refers to language in its social sense. It involves not only what is said but also why and for what purpose it is said. Individuals may have good linguistic ability and be able to use a variety of sentence structures that are syntactically, morphologically and semantically correct, but lack the ability to monitor when to most effectively and appropriately use them. Therapy is designed to help the individuals learn how to use language socially. Please look under “Latest News” on the right hand green column. Our current groups will be listed there.