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2015-09-05
Name: Sirisha Pichuka My 21/2yrs old daughter is speaking only single syllables.. She is unable to speak combination of words.. Whichever word of4-5letters we say she repeats but she doesn't use them when she talks... Any speech therapist who knows telugu language... Please suggest if any near nigidi
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2016-08-28
#1
Name: Hardika
Subject:  RE:About speech delay
Before the speech therapist take her to a normal child doctor and tell him or her about your daughter's speech delay and ask him the possible cause of it. There are a couple of reasons that can cause speech delay.
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2016-08-17
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Name: NN
Subject:  RE:About speech delay
If she is able to speak the words then why do you need a speech therapist? You would have needed a speech therapist if she would have not been able to speak them. But if you want to be sure about it consult a doctor.
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2016-04-28
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Name: Mani
Subject:  RE:About speech delay
Hello Sirisha,
So can any one can explain what are the reasons for the speech delay can any doctor related to speech can explain because it might help the people who do face such problems.I think your message will be so valuable.
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2016-04-02
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Name: Siri
Subject:  RE:About speech delay
Hello Sirisha Pichuka,
So your daughter is speaking only syllable and maintaining the same words.why don't you consult the doctor for speech analysis who can help you to make your daughter speak.I wish your kid speaks a lot.
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2016-02-17
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Name: Dexter
Subject:  Speech delay
Hello,

In my nephew's case it was about 3+ years. My sister was concerned but we did not consult any speech therapist at that time. Once he began to frame sentences and speak, it's been some non-stop fun. He is very talkative boy now and his elder sister comes nowhere close.

I have lived in Pune for couple of years now. I doubt if any speech therapist can help you with Telegu here in Pune, let alone Nigdi.

Well in your case, I guess some patience and your little one can surprise you with some heavy-duty talking that you can enjoy in the next years. good luck!

Dexter Superhyro
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2016-01-23
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Name: sheila
Subject:  hi
what is your mother tongue? telugu is quite hard language to speak. as your daughter is only 2 1/2 year old she might get confuse when it comes to talking and she might feel that words are similar to each other. it can happen try to teach her at home first she is quite little to speak such hard language. but if you want to visit a speech therapist you can.
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2016-02-04
#7
Name: Rishab R
Subject:  About speech delay
Shelia is right. My brother didn't start speaking sentences until he was 4! If you are too worried, consult a speech therapist. Also get the opinion of your peadiatrician about this first. Why don't you try introducing songs to her? Maybe they'll appeal to her and she might try to sing them.
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