An impairment in the ability to receive, send, process, and grasp concepts or spoken, nonverbal, and graphic symbol systems is known as a communication disorder. Hearing, language, and/or speech processes may all show signs of a communication disorder. The science behind communication problems and their development is studied by communication sciences and disorders. They also learn how to treat children and adults and apply what they've learned to develop new diagnostic and rehabilitation procedures and technology. Understanding, assessing, and treating speech, voice, language, and swallowing issues in people of all ages is the goal of Communicative Sciences and Disorder. This interdisciplinary field includes linguistics, speech-language pathology, medicine, education, psychology, audiology and many more.