Hi, My name is Sagar, My kid is 3yrs boy having autism. Pl add my no to your WhatsApp. I really need guidance.
My name is Santosh..please add my number to the WhatsApp group. I stay in Pune..my number is 9960644519
Hi, we are staying in Pune. we have 2.7 years old son. Could you please add my no to whatsapp group? We need information on therapist and doctors.
My number is +91-8320190435
I need a shadow teacher for my son in school situated in Baner Pune.
Please let let me know if anyone has any info about the same.
Can you please suggest a good homeopath doctor in Pune for autism treatment?
Any specific reason you ,Does homeopathic helps in Autism? Sorry I am new Autism parent
My brother in laws 23 years old daughter is autistic . We reside in Nigdi, Pune , Maharashtra . We would be greatly obliged if you could suggest some college for autistic students. Please add dis no 7798408174 in the group.
Thanks a ton
My almost 3 year old has been recently diagnosed with mild to moderate autism. We currently work in US but plan on moving to Pune down the line. I was looking to connect with parents and teachers of other autistic kids. Can you please add me +1-4099510242?
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I son is around 4.5 years old but can't speak (speech delay) & understand any thing. Is it autism? Can you please suggest a good any doctor in Pune for treatment? If any whataApp, plz add me also. 9881711217
Sagar. Please ask any questions to me
No it doesn't...it wastes time and then u lose key neuroplastic years of development trusting on it.
OT ABA is teh standard care.
What is lost important is to save years of early development.
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To make a child speak meaningful we need to make the child communicate. For this three imp steps are essential Child should look at you Listen to u And sit at one place All these above initiation and regulation, a long time may be needed with therapy. Pharmacotherapy helps cut short duration of same and help build milestones of communication. Steps of speechdevelopment in a child, now u may guess where ur baby is stuck or how much is the delay in ur kid.... Underestimating the delay, will .ake the child disabled for further learning. The stages proposed by Vihman (1996) (note that the ages given are approximate). 1. In the first stage (reflexive vocalization, from 0 to 2 months), the sounds produced by infants include sounds expressing discomfort (e.g., crying), vegetative sounds (e.g., burping), and sounds related to physical activity (e.g., grunts). 2.The second stage (cooing and laughter, from 2 to 4 months) is characterized by the appearance of comfort sounds, which normally occur when other people smile and talk. 3. The third stage (, from 4 to 7 months) is characterized by vocal play sounds (e.g., squeals), which are made possible by the maturation and better control of articulation. This stage also sees the beginning of primitive babbling, with sounds starting to resemble consonants and vowels. The final stage (from 7 months on) comprises two parallel substages. In the reduplicated/canonical babbling substage, starting from 7 months of age, infants repeat speech syllables (e.g., da-da-da). In the variegated babbling substage, infants produce combinations of syllables (e.g., ka-da-bu-da). This second substage increasingly dominates the first substage over time. Once vocalisation is started, further 1.joining consonants 2.framing words 3.actiom words 4.two word sentences 5.longer sentences, rhymes 6.stories 7. Long stories 8. Grammer, composition 9. Essays 10.abstracts, comprehensions 11.skimming and advanced learning #DrSK
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Channel: Special fun learning
Our kid is going to 3rd standard now.