Hi my 3 year old son has been thou a lot, me and his father split up when he was 1 1/2 years old, he has a an older sister that is 7. My question is could the brake up have something to do with his speech development, because he is a smart child and a very good visual learner. Nither one of my children have also seen their father in the last year
as well when the children were living with their father for 4 months, he never sat sown with them to teach them anything he would always yal and tell them to go to their rooms, at least that's what my 7 year old had told me when they moved in with me early last year. Also how can I improve the clarity in his speech
he also has a bad problem with braking things that are not his and hitting his sister but that might have something to do with their father being abusive towards my children (that's why they are living with me).
If you can give me some suggestions on speech
I'm not sure exactly where you live or anything, but I know here there is a program that is based out of the health dept. where they come out to evaluate your child to see if they can help improve their speech if there is anything wrong. It is completely free. I would look into that, it's similar to speech therapy. As far as the breaking things, that may be a possibility if he sees his father break things in front of others or it may just be aggressive behavior since a lot of children his age can act that way. Boys will be boys when it comes to thinks like that. I would look into the speech thing & see if they have anything like that in your area. Good luck!
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