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Assessment of Language Development in Dual Language Learners: A Case Report.

Propelled by immigration, language diversity is increasing in the United States, and more young children are exposed to two or more languages at home from birth. Known as dual language learners (DLLs), the benefits of this exposure include multilingual and multiliterate outcomes. However, DLLs introduce complexity for the pediatric provider's assessment of language development, identification of potential language delays, and timely referrals. If language delays are not promptly identified and followed with early intervention, they can persist and lead to poor outcomes across multiple domains.

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