Delayed speech development in children

renhan
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Delayed speech development in children

Postby renhan » Fri Aug 03, 2018 5:53 am

The value of speech in a person's life is difficult to overestimate. It is the mastery of the language that once distinguished our species from many others. We use this mechanism not only for the transmission of information, but also for the implementation of the process of verbal thinking, creativity, preservation and transfer of knowledge.
The diagnosis of" delayed speech development " from a rather rare becomes more and more familiar. This phenomenon can be given the following definition:
Speech retardation (ZR) is the lag of children in qualitative or quantitative indicators from the age norms of mastering oral speech, which is characterized by underdevelopment of passive and (or) active vocabulary, expressive or phrasal speech.

ichigo
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Re: Delayed speech development in children

Postby ichigo » Mon Aug 06, 2018 5:16 am

The genetic factor strongly influences time when the kid will go. If one of the parents went very late, you should not expect from the baby early steps; the Constitution and the sex of the child also affect the time when the baby will make the first steps. Plump children will go a little later than their slender peers, and girls begin to walk earlier than boys;

renhan
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Re: Delayed speech development in children

Postby renhan » Sun Aug 12, 2018 9:53 am

It 6-month-old baby is changing. Tiny connects sounds into syllables, but they do not have any meaning. The number of syllables to be spoken is getting bigger every day. This speech is called babbling.
Toddler 6 months refers to strangers cautiously and very wary. At the same time, half-year-old babies are more favorable to other children. They watch them and often copy their actions. With loved ones, the baby can show tenderness, for example, to cuddle with his mother.
Six-month-old children can already remove food from the spoon with their lips.

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Re: Delayed speech development in children

Postby lenny » Mon Aug 13, 2018 7:55 pm

The main way to communicate with the world is crying. So the child makes it clear that he is hungry, that he has a wet diaper, that he has something hurts or that he just wants attention. The child can whimper or groan, so he also tells his mother about the discomfort. Able some time to stare at stationary objects, the mother's face or hanging toy. Reacts to loud and sudden sounds — a bell, toy bell. He can listen, flinch, and even cry.


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