Delayed Speech

Causes of Delayed Speech

Genetic

Genetic

Auditory Deformity

Auditory Deformity

Pregnancy Complications

Pregnancy Complications

Apraxia

Apraxia

Mental Retardation

Mental Retardation

Autism

Autism

Psychosocial Deprivation

Psychosocial Deprivation

Expressive Language Disorder

Expressive Language Disorder

Symptoms of Delayed Speech

Delayed gestures

Delayed gestures

Delayed babbling and/or cooing

Delayed babbling and/or cooing

Imitation difficulty

Imitation difficulty

Difficulty in words

Difficulty in words

Phonetic Inaccurancy

Phonetic Inaccurancy

Social Withdrawal

Social Withdrawal

Non-receptive

Non-receptive

Blunt Expression

Blunt Expression

Tips for Parents and Caregivers

1. Focus on child's communication
2. Talk as much as can talk in your way
3. Encourage imitation of sounds and gesture
4. Close monitoring of your child
5. Reading and singing infront of your child
6. Showing pictures and objects
7. Promote use of phonetics
8. Consult speech therapist

Tips for Teachers

1. Give full attention to the child,
2. Encourage child to attempt to read, write and speak
3. Motivate the child to use more verbal cues
4. Present one concept at a time
5. Work at the student's pace
6. Include fun activities and promote joyful learning
7. Use Intregated Education and Development Plan
8. Counsel parents for consultation with speech therapist

Delayed Speech

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Frequently Asked Questions

A speech-language therapist or child counsellor should be consulted as soon as possible if you suspect your kid may have a difficulty in speech or language processing and production. You can look for a speech-language pathologist on your own or request a recommendation from your child psychologists. Your child's speech and language abilities will be evaluated by the SLP (or speech therapist). The speech-language therapist working with a child psychologist will provide tests and aid in developing age appropriate speech and language processing and production.
As your kid's speech and language skills are improved, the speech therapist or an online counsellor will also demonstrate what you can do at home to support your child. If you are searching for a "child psychologist near me" for other behavioral and emotional problems, connect with the best child psychologists in India at TalktoAngel.
Parents have a crucial role in helping their children with speech or language difficulties.
Here are some suggestions about how to promote speech development at home:
1. Put communication first.
2. Encourage imitation of noises and gestures with your child.
3. Sing with your infant.
4. Read aloud to your kid.
5. Begin reading to your baby as soon as possible.
Take help from an online counsellor if you are having trouble.


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