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Developmental Concerns:Late development
2012-04-23
Name: Shivani Verma Hi, I am new to this forum.I have 2 years old son.
He still can not speak a single word. He does not respond when calling by his name. No propoer eye contact. However, activities wise, he is good. He like to listen songs....
These are the symptions of Autism. Can someone please suggest good threapy class in Faridabad....
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2016-09-15
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Name: Jeevan
Subject:  RE:Late development
Hi Shivani, even my son had this trouble you can show your son to some good doctor. I did it as i got a very good doctor in pune and my son is responding well now when i talk to him or show action though he cannot listen.
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2016-08-23
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Name: Ashna
Subject:  RE:Late development
You should take him to a proper doctor as soon as you can and start the needed treatment soon as it is better to cure everything your child has as soon as it is possible to. It will be a lil difficult for you but be strong.
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2016-08-09
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Name: Pinky
Subject:  RE:Late development
If you feel that your child has autism then take him to a good doctor immediately and get the necessary tests done as soon as possible so that if something is actually wrong then you can get it treated quickly and properly.
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2016-08-08
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Name: Ashna
Subject:  RE:Late development
You should have taken him to a doctor way before. A child starts speaking and reacting quite young but since your son is still not speaking or reacting you should find a good doctor and start his therapy if needed.
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2016-04-19
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Name: No Name
Subject:  RE:Late development
Hello Shivani,
It would be better you try to consult the doctor so that they will solve your issue also.And you no need to get worry for every thing.Go for speech therapy for your kid and it will help you a lot to solve the problem.
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2016-01-15
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Name: kk
Subject:  concern
my brother didn't talk till he is five year old so it may be start talking after some years. and for not responding it may be a major concern show your son to some good doctor child specialist and then conclude on having autism symptoms and all. it might have some other minor problems.
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2015-01-13
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Name: varsha tyagi
Subject:  Developmental Concern
Hi Shivani!
You have mentioned that your son likes listening song and good at doing activities. So, hope that he is fine at others things too. Try to make him listen to your words by doing some actions also. If he continuous to be same and shows no improvement then take him to physician first and later start any special classes for him. Because consulting with doctors is very much necessary before we our self take any decision.

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