Children Aged 3 Years Have Not Spoken Fluently?
Doctor, I want to ask my 3.5-year-old child how come it is not yet fluent, say pee and the chapter just say it when it’s already gone, then I have my child in PAUD then continue him if there is a lesson in thickening of letters and numbers if I have stiff hand movements I can’t limber, what’s the solution?
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Speaking is one of the most important components of communication that everyone has, and it should be trained in children from an early age. Starting from the age of 9 months, babies in general have started to be able to understand some basic words such as' yes' and 'no, and have a broader tone of voice. At the age of 12 months, babies can say the words 'mama', 'father', and the words you say and can understand commands. Until finally at the age of 24 months, babies should be able to say 50 vocabulary words and communicate with two words like 'want milk' and such.
Regarding your question, it actually needs to be clarified again what is meant by not fluent speaking, because such things can be subjective depending on each person evaluating them. If it is not yet fluent in speech, it is also influenced by many factors, it could be because he is shy, invited to speak in more than one language, or has had a bad experience when saying something, for example being scolded or shouted at. Neither are the hands that are stiff and cannot be flexible, in fact this is only natural in children aged less than 4 years, because the small muscles on the fingers are still not trained and are still focused on large muscles.
So to be able to determine with more certainty what conditions are experienced by your child, it must be done firsthand examination by a pediatrician. Your pediatrician will try to dig up his medical history and make observations and certain tests to assess objectively whether there is really a delay in its development or not. If this is the case, then what treatment is appropriate for him is determined.
Meanwhile, you don't need to worry too much or worry first, don't yell or shout in front of him, be his first best friend, and still meet his daily needs. So, hopefully answering your question.