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Helping a child with speech delay- A Mother's Role

krishnakali basu

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Helping a child with speech delay A Mothers Role

Speech delay can be tackled with some simple games and techniques at home. A mother shares her experience on how she helped her child cope with the delay.


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Sharan Padda

| Dec 17, 2016

Thanks ji

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Mrunal Ghodke

| Dec 14, 2016

Thnx for blog... i think it is very helpfull for me

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Samprada Mankar

| Dec 10, 2016

informative .

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Dakshita Jain

| Dec 10, 2016

hey my baby is 1 year 7 month and she is not putting weight what food i can give her for proper weight gain

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Bhawna Sharma

| Dec 03, 2016

valuable article

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swapnil chavan

| Nov 25, 2016

Hi I have been using certain developmental growth and monitoring apps to keep a check on my child growth. my had speech delay. I am using Kidnurture app . I started doing this when my developmental pediatrician suggested me to be proactive and use it. I have started sharing the pdf analysis report generated by the app. Tt has helped me address my concerns I suggest every parent to use such tools preferably kidnurture.

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Anita jain

| Nov 14, 2016

Thanx its very helpful for my kid as she too facing delay activity...

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SumanRathore

| Oct 13, 2016

very useful thanks !!

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Natasha Lohia

| Oct 12, 2016

much needed.. thanks

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Priya Sundar

| Sep 29, 2016

very useful.... thanks

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Jyoti Sinha

| Sep 25, 2016

i liked your blog, its help me so much .

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Tanaya Chindarkar

| Sep 25, 2016

very nice and informative

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Samantha Naveen

| Aug 31, 2016

very useful article

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Shilpa Rohilla

| Aug 22, 2016

1 and

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Susan Sam

| Aug 20, 2016

Hieeee..... I'm doing the same way..... she understand very well nd shell repeat the word......

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Chandni S Prakash

| Jul 01, 2016

I am doing everything like this.. he can easily understand wot i am saying.. he is quickwitted.. but he is not trying to talk.. i mean he talk more than 50 words nd can say dad gone.. grandma gone.. dove gone.. rain falling.. mom come... but he is 2 years now... so i am concerned... he repeats everything spontaneously after watching my gestures nd knows how to call each one according to their age.. is he have speech delay??

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Shanthi Pitale

| Feb 20, 2016

Very useful. My daughter says one syllable only ca for cat do for dog , to for toe and no for both no and nose.. ba for ball or balloon. she is two now

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suba

| Feb 01, 2016

Very intellectual ideaa

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Devinder kaur

| Jan 31, 2016

Brilliant ideas...

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Kalpana Vats

| Jan 29, 2016

Thanks..... good ideas

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Kalpana Vats

| Jan 29, 2016

Thanks..... good ideas

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Bhuvana

| Dec 12, 2015

Very useful mam ... Thanks for sharing.

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Namita S

| Sep 30, 2015

Thank you... worth reading

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Vidhi Makhija

| Sep 30, 2015

Here is an experiential tip from a mommy who has been through this-please be patient-your child will speak, talk, read story books, take a walk in the park and show the child birds and trees by calling out the names, spend time and more time , if you have paucity for time then use the time that you have constructively and make the most of what you have, best to make a plan of objects/words to cover week by week.. most of all believe that your child will speak soon... leave anxiety outside t entrance to your home

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Megha Chawla

| Sep 19, 2015

Thanks Krishnakali, its very helpful for a lot of parents who are looking for practical things to do everyday with children with delayed speech.

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reena singh

| Sep 19, 2015

Stupid blog ever ive seen

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reena singh

| Sep 19, 2015

Stupid blog ever ive seen

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Anindita

| Sep 19, 2015

Thanks for the helpful blog. My daughter too is having a delayed speech. She babbles too much but speaks little depending on her mood. We stay alone here without our family so she feels a bit sad for that. We take her to our friends homes and parks so that she can mix with people and talk but still it's very slow. She isn't much expressive. If she wants something and doesn't get it she cries for that instead of asking that particular thing. I am bit worried for that. She is getting cranky. Please help.

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krishnakali basu

| Sep 18, 2015

there are two capacities,a receptive capacity and an expressive capacity,parents hav to make sure first that a child is proficient in the receptive part first.

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krishnakali basu

| Sep 18, 2015

each child has his and her own time to bloom,own pace to bloom but yes for speech development i guess the mothers intuitions r very crucial,nowadays mothers get carried away by wat others say... pls go by your instincts......

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manisha bahuguna

| Sep 18, 2015

That's really helpful. Some of the tricks I do with my 15 months old baby and now he is pretty good with them like give the mobile to your papa,keep the bowl inside the cupboard etc. But I haven't taught my baby to say yes(non verbally) as he cannot speak clearly now. So, I will try your trick. Thanks for that

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priyanka

| Sep 18, 2015

My son is 1. 6 yrs old. he is not learn to speak.. Only few words he spoke. plz guide me what to do? This age is right to speak or not? At what age I have to worry?

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nitin

| Sep 18, 2015

AKY- if the child is expressing even in monosyllables/single words by an age of 16-18 months is fine, but in case this doesn't happen till the child is 22-24 months, then it may be a case of speech delay.

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AKY

| Sep 17, 2015

Informative thoughts... I hv a question.. by when shud v realize that a kid is slow in speaking.. I mean approx. Wat age

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