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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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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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