Why Is A 3-year-old Child Still Having Difficulty Pronouncing The Last Letter.?
Doc, I want to ask … my 3-year-old child still has difficulty saying a few letters, especially suffixes … like a balloon so balo..atas become ata … dizzy to be washed … why would that be? Please explain.
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Disorders of speech can occur due to several things such as
1. Apraksia is a disorder of the condition of the brain's coordination of speech
2. Disorders of the tongue such as tounge tie are usually conditions of pronunciation disruption so that symptoms will usually appear difficult to speak, especially letters such as T, H, R and others
To find out the exact cause, you should consult your doctor, especially your pediatrician, so that an examination can be carried out and further appropriate treatment can be addressed by stimulating speech such as speech therapy and addressing the causes experienced.
Some of the things that have been done are
1. Stimulation by continuing to talk to the right words
2. Stimulation with music
3. Watch something that trains children to talk.
More information in the following article https://www.HealthReplies.com/yuk-kenali-gangguan-bicara-apraksia-pada-anak-and-ways-cope/
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