Acquired Epileptiform Aphasia is a neurological disorder which is seen in children mostly between the age group of 4-7 years. This is a disorder in which the patients suffer from language dysfunction. Electroencephalogram (EEG) of such patients is often abnormal and it is not a common disease. It is rarely found in children and those who suffer from it show loss of language, the medical term being Aphasia. It may be sudden or a gradual, process taking place over a period of time. This diseases cause great damage to the brain especially the part concerned with comprehension and speech. The left hand side of the brain controls speech and comprehension and this part gets affected which results in this disease or impairment. Hence such children neither understand the language nor respond to them.