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A child with a writing disability, particularly an expressive language disorder, might be unable to compose complete, grammatical sentences.
For example, Everett's social difficulties could be the result of an emerging behavioral disorder (an oppositional defiant disorder) or a primary expressive language disorder, which may manifest with frustration or intolerance due to communication difficulties.
These children are diagnosed with comorbid disabilities, including autism, ADHD/DD, anxiety, depression, epilepsy, receptive and expressive language disorders, Tourette Syndrome and obsessive compulsive disorder.