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Your Child is not talking at the age of 2 years: Relax and do this instead.

Abby is an occupational therapist who loves kids and work to solve kid's problems in a simple way

As a parent, you may be worried that your kid is not able to talk while at the age of 2 years. It may be more tormenting when other kids of such age are able to construct words that make meaning. It is important that a parent realize that a child may experience a developmental delay in speech, motor, and vision skills.

The development of language takes time and it a process that doesn’t occur overnight for most kids. The pattern of communication skills that a kid masters in a given period is important, and if certain skills are not mastered at a particular time, they may lead to communication challenges. Also, the environment can determine how the kid is able to learn a language. If the kid is living in an environment where there are other numerous kids who are talking, they may learn how to talk faster compared to kids who are not exposed to other children.

Development impediment is frequently among kids. They are not serious and with time they correct themselves. If you see that there is no change, you can visit a child therapy to access the seriousness of the situation. However, many kids will catch up sooner than you expect when he has a huge terminology growth spurt. Thus, it is vital to teach your kid new vocabularies every day to ensure that he is able to name a few things.

Instead of spending your time checking for online solutions for your kid’s problem, you can enhance your child speech and language by doing the following:

-Spend a lot of your time talking with your kid. It is important to initiate discussions through singing, talking, and hearten imitation of gestures and sounds.

Read to your kid. Another technique that you can try is to buy books that have easy to understand pictures. Encourage your child to check as you name the picture and repeat the process and soon you will realize that your kid is able to talk and name the images.

Use everyday circumstance: As you cook or perform any activity, explain to your kid what you’re doing in a simple manner. If you’re in the house, point at different things mentioning their names. Just converse your way through your typical day and you will see great changes.

Therefore, stop filling your soul with fear and work towards ensuring that your kid is able to broaden up his/her vocabulary and you will discover great changes in a few days.

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