My son is two years old and does not speak What to do?
Parents enjoy every step of development and yearn for their children’s next steps. We are proud when they present them with their achievements and learning has when they can sit, crawl, walk, and talk. Parents often feel impatient and doubtful about the normal development of children and tend to compare their child to the children around them. Communication, language and speech are different concepts that should not be confused.
From the very first days of life children are able to communicate their needs emotions through crying, gazing intentional smile and sharing toys with caregivers, improving the development of interpersonal relationships.
Through these actions, the child begins to perceive the world around them. He initially understands concepts and relates them to objects or situations progressing to the understanding of sentences. Initially the child is not yet able to produce words but each time his language skills become richer.
Speech is the most elaborate form of communication the child can use to express their learning and knowledge. It requires the absence of anatomical and functional changes at the level of the structures involved in speech production (eg, tongue, palate, facial muscles). As well as language skills that allow you to talk about your interests and situations in which participates.
Speech therapists are the professionals responsible for assessing and intervening in communication, language, speech. If there are problems, a speech therapist should be visited. Many children may show small gaps that the use of strategies and changes in behavior of caregivers can resolve easily as long as it is detected early.http://www.childinharmony.com/son-two-years-old-not-speak.htmlhttp://www.childinharmony.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/son.jpghttp://www.childinharmony.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/son-150x150.jpgChild Behaviorchild not talking at 2