Changes In Attitudes In 2 Year Olds?
Doctor, r n r n My daughter is now 2 years and 3 months old. R n r nWhen she was about 1 year old she could actually say a lot of words, although sometimes it was not clear. Like “fish, bird, bye bye, mmuah, Allahu Akba (when we prayed), atuk, two, three, etc. ” r n r nHe also likes to continue the words I say for example: I speak one…. then he continues … Two, thee (aka three) … r n r nd Previously He was also talkative u0026amp; likes to imitate people talking even though r n r nBut lately he’s become quiet u0026amp; like “forgetting” the words he can already and not at all interested in imitating someone else’s voice even though I have provoked it. vocabulary that he could ever seem to be lost. only a few words he needed, such as “nenen, num, u0026amp; mamam ” r n r nNow she tends to be screaming u0026amp; little cry without saying what he wants. Lately he prefers physical and motor activities. R n r nAccording to the doctor why, and how to get him back to say2 u0026amp; fluent speech. r n r nThank you r nNovia
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Peru made clear, did this complaint appear suddenly? Has your baby had any head injuries or other serious illnesses (eg meningitis, encephalitis) during this development? So, what about other aspects of development, such as gross motor, fine motor, and socio-emotional?
At the age of 2 years 3 months, normally babies already have enough (more than 50 words). Children at this age are even able to combine 2 to 3 words into a sentence that is meaningful and understood by others. He will often show curiosity when he sees new objects or events around him. This development is certainly not always the same for every child. However, as long as the difference is not too noticeable, this condition is generally not dangerous.
Without doing a direct examination, it is difficult to know whether the condition that your child is experiencing is still classified as a reasonable variation, or does it require special intervention. However, if it is true that your child has previously been able to say many words, then the chances of development are still reasonable. Children can become more quiet due to many factors, including:
Too often exposed to TV or other gadgets. Lack of interaction with people around them. Experiencing trauma, either physical or psychological, for example because they are often yelled at, beaten, scolded Disorders of the ears (for example due to ear infections) or their oromotor organs Experiencing head injuries or other serious illnesses , etc. If this complaint has only lasted a few days, you can first try to do the following:
Spend more time accompanying your child to play and do activities. Also invite your spouse and other close relatives to do the same. Encourage the child to talk more, do it in a soft tone, create a pleasant atmosphere. Do not abuse children, either physical or physical violence. psychic If the child wants something, teach him to do it in the right way, namely not to get angry, not to shout, and say the word "please" Every day, ask the child what he has experienced all day, let the child tell his experience slowly, teach independent children do basic activities that are their needs, for example when eating, tidying up toys, using clothes. Encourage children to interact with the environment, especially their peers, keep the child away from TV and other gadgets. 2 weeks, do not hesitate to check your child directly to the doctor er or a developmental specialist pediatrician. Before determining the appropriate intervention, the general doctor will first evaluate your child's general growth and development status, to detect whether the condition he is experiencing is a disorder or not. Furthermore, treatment can be given as limited as observation, or other medical interventions.
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