Hello! My son is going to be 2.5 years in next month.
He was speaking well in the initial stages till 1 1/2 yrs.
suddenly she stopped speaking.He was taken for a check
up was found that he has a poor eye contact and they
said he has attention deficit problem (audiology tests
and other tests show that he is perfect). Nowadays we
are trying to talk to him by making him look at our face.
He looks at us but only for few seconds. He is not trying
to pronounce any new word. wat shall we do?? Take her for
a speech therapy or train at home itself. kindly giv a
solution as soon as possible.
Hello! I am an SLP student. I would recommend taking him to a Speech Language Pathologist to be evaluated. The sooner he gets support, the sooner progress can be made. I hope you find answers soon! :)
I just read about your 2 1/2 year old, now apparently over 3. I also have a grandson, 2 1/2, with amazing similarities! They just took him for an eval. He has Orofacial myology in which he will work with a therapist & do exercises at home, working with the muscles in the mouth area. I have been searching for any info & was desperately hoping that by now you could shed some light on this! Laurie
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