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2009-02-08
Name: sivareni s My 3yrs 3 months son is not speaking properly he is not spelling out some letters properly he has is own way of entertaining he doesnt have interest to learn speaking he is afraiding very much when we go to new place and started crying n pulling us to move from that place.when playing with other kids if they behave little harsh he starts crying .. pls give me suggestions
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2010-06-16
#1
Name: komal
Subject:  delayed speech
hi sivareni !wonder if ur problem got sorted by now! there is a difference between a child not speaking and a child who is not listening(he/she must be having good hearing)and not speaking.you must consult a speech pathologist in your city.i may help u with a speech pathologist in bangalore
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2009-02-17
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Name: Priya Venkat
Subject:  Speech
My son was also not speaking until 3 yrs properly. He just used to say in single words, not forming sentences properly. I put him in play school , thats where he got to interact with more kids and slowly started forming simple sentences. So make ur kid interact with other kids, so looking at others he will also slowly start speaking. Have patience, u also try to spend more time talking to him in simple sentences.
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2009-02-20
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Name: sivareni
Subject:  reply
hi priya th for ur reply
Now my son is going for preschool the main thing is he is not listening to us if i ask him the name of fruit pointing to apple means he will tell banana pointing to banana this is his problem. if i speak to him he will not listen n simply do his cycling or anyother.if i tell him listen me little louder he starts crying i dont know how to handle give me suggestions please..........
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2009-02-10
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Name: saritha
Subject:  speech delay
HI, we are almost sailing in the same boat my child is also same age and same problem speech delay but my son plays with other kids but reply' s his own kiddish language if i dont understand his feeling he gets frustrated.....actually i am based in UK but i came to india for my son problem i thought if he stays with joint family and kids it will be helpful for him and i went to ENT specialist for hearing test and its normal i think its better to observe taht whether his hearing normal try that if you he is ok then try to go for speech therapy..dont worry i am sure they will learn quickly like normal kids but never compare with oter children every child id unique ...
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2009-02-12
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Name: sivareni
Subject:  reply
Hi saritha thx for ur reply we are also in GULF here he has only limited friends but not in his age same in india also. now we are taking him for speech therapy lets hope for good results..
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