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my son is not talking

Ranjeet
1 to 3 years

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Updated on Jan 11, 2013

i have 2 yrs 3 months old son, he is still not putting words together or forming sentences, He has the sense to change the TV channel if anything scarry or not as per his mood is coming on it. He can recognise the clinic of the doctor even going after 3 months. Whatever he require he ask for that by pointing only. He keep chanting only two words ie. Mamma & papa , nothing else. Me and my wife  keep trying to interect with him but so far nothing has come out.  can u plz help or suggest whom shud i consult.  

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Ranjeet

| Jan 14, 2013

Thnx Annapoorni Padmanabhan...

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Ranjeet

| Jan 14, 2013

Thnx Nitin for your kind suggestions.. Last month I have put him in play school.. he is enjoying

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nitin

| Jan 11, 2013

Thanks Ashna! I mentioned the same talk. Very happy to see that fellow parents are helping each other and also benefitting from fellow parent's experience/s. This made my day. :)

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Aashna

| Jan 11, 2013

Here is one more- https://www.parentune.com/parent-talk/speech/234 Hope this helps.

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nitin

| Jan 11, 2013

Hi Ranjeet! Does your son go to preschool as of now? If not, this perhaps is a good time. Putting here a couple of fellow parents (Rashmi's and shivani's) similar experience. they both faced something similar till this intervention. Hope this helps. https://www.parentune.com/parent-talk/my-18-month-old-daughter-hasnt-yet-started-talking/137

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Aashna

| Jan 11, 2013

Hi Ranjeet. Each child is different and reach milestones at their own pace. Talking to your son and encouraging him will help him learn to express in words. There have been talks posted by parents earlier on a similar issue. Kindly take a look at the following links to get more of an idea on how to encourage your child to speak- https://www.parentune.com/parent-talk/my-18-month-old-daughter-hasnt-yet-started-talking/137

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Annapoorni Padmanabhan

| Jan 11, 2013

Hi, you can try by talking a lot with your son, dont accept his gestures as a mode of communication and pls encourage him to express himself verbally... you can also enhance his communication by letting him play with other children. I saw a lot of change when my son started going to play school initially - where they have to express themself if they want something. And to begin with pls talk to him in one language so that he is comfortable n to make it easy for the child.

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