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Can Child Abuse Cause Speech Delay
One study indicates:
That abused children who live with their families do not seem to have speech delay unless they are also subjected to neglect. However child abuse effect differs from child to child. Here is a website re effects of abuse and neglect on development: http://www. Dshs. Wa.Gov/ca/fosterparents/training/chidev/cd05a.Htm
seek help for abused/neglected children and children with delayed speech. ...Read more
I adopted a 9 months old child five months ago, he's now 14 months. He got very little speech training back there, is it normal to face speech delay?
When you put a child with speech delay age 3 in a class of autistic children can they pick up their behaviors?
Possibly, however,: Speech = articulation, the motor aspect of language. A child with receptive & expressive language delay" has impaired ability in comprehending language & in verbalizing ideas. Language is best learned from birth-5. Autism pre-k has 6 hrs. Of intensive instruction. Developmental delay pre-k has 2 1/2 hrs. Of instruction for children with various needs. Try the higher level of service first. ...Read more
My child has speech delay, he was saying few words around 20months but he he completely stopped talking since about 6months ago. He only makes noise.
No: There are no drugs to fix this collection of issues. Hyperactivity may benefit from several available if found reasonable on a workup by the doc. Hearing impairment & speech delay must be evaluated through ENT /speech pathology testing to decide proper therapy. ...Read more
Could pandas be responsible for a child's speech delay? My 3 year old relative is still not talking. Although he shows intellegence in many other areas, he only makes consonet-vowel sounds like "ba" very loudly and is upset when his desires are not under
Not an issue: This is a curious disorder of older school age kids and adolescents. At 3, various forms of speech and language delay, verbal apraxia etc are more common and relevant. An evaluation by a developmental pediatrician and speech and language pathologist would give you more information. ...Read more
Yes: Just about anything "horrible" can do it. (car accidents, fires, you name it). But, at the same time, who gets, and who does not get, ptsd, is a very very difficult thing to predict. It really depends on the kid. ...Read more
Bipolar Disorder: Does not cause child abuse. But, when someone is severely depressed or manic they may neglect children's needs or lack impulse control or feel more aggressive. So it could be a contributing factor. ...Read more
Probably not: Child abuse, especially the shaken baby syndrome, causes significant damage in the eye, . Mostly retinal disruption with bleeding and loss of vision. The optic nerve is in a well protected canal and would only be damaged in these circumstances if the trauma were so great that the bones around the nerve were fractured although this would not be called optic neuritis, but just traumatic damage. ...Read more
Does it really?: Actually, I am not aware that there is any evidence that this occurs. If so please share with me the evidence. ...Read more
Nope: Not as an isolated symptom, no. Has your child had the Baylor screen? This screens for many metabolic and other disorders, I have been using it in my practice for many years for families that would like expanded newborn screening. http://www. Baylorhealth. Edu/Research/InstitutesCenters/IMD/ClinicalTests/SupplementalNewbornScreening/Pages/default. Aspx ...Read more
Traumatic events can: Cause ptsd in infants 9 mos.-old & >. ("handbook of infant mental health" by dr. Charles zeanah). Signs of selective mutism, adhd & odd can present in 1-3-yr.-olds exposed to violence. Assessment of communication, social reciprocity, self-help/adaptive & motor skills drives early intervention therapies for tots with developmental receptive &/or expressive language +/- articulation disorders. ...Read more
No, but: There are no studies that associate the development of schizophrenia to early child abuse. While the causes of schizophrenia are unclear, some evidence supports a genetic link, a link to chronic and early marijuana use, and effects from a fetus being exposed to certain viruses. However, childhood abuse can lead to symptoms that may look like schizophrenia, including hallucinations. ...Read more
Personality disorder is a pervasive lifelong pattern of feelings of inadequacy, sensitivity to rejection, etc. It’s highly doubtful that APD or other personality disorders, would be a result of childhood trauma.
Trauma can make one susceptible to mood and anxiety disorders, most commonly.
Regardless, seeing a therapist and a psychiatrist is the best recommendation given your history. ...Read more
My 3 years old has speech delay, she was also diagnosed with enlarged adenoids, can this cause speech delay?
Did this cause speech delay? My teen would masturbate in bed next to my toddler (no sexual intent)and wouldn't let tod go to living room If asked
Might contribute: This is a highly pathological family situation. This particular kind of event isn't likely to cause speech delay, but the overall horrible situation in the family certainly could contribute to it. You need to discuss this frankly with the toddler's pediatrician. Good luck to all concerned, especially your kids. ...Read more
I have severe anxiety disorder/severe child abuse, sexual, physical, psychological, mean games, mean mind games, mean sexual games. I have poor health. Take quite a few medications. I need an anxiety med doesn't cause headaches, help me please.
Anxiety: You have several issues that should be followed and managed by behavior health and adult medicine to decide which medication is right for you. ...Read more
What causes a person to commit child abuse/molestation? My moms father&brother sexually abused younger now suffers from schizophrenia/bipolar.
Many things: Such a painful situation here. Many people who abuse or molest children were themselves abused. . . . Thus perpetuating a generational crime against younger (and less powerful) kids in the family. The key is to shift the victim to survivor through timely treatment, as was probably not done for the perpetrator. Sometimes when the child "tells, " she or he is not believed, either. Tragic. ...Read more
I've never seen it: I've dealt with the issue for three decades & never seen it as a primary cause. If the kid has a sleep disorder related to sleep apnea/tonsil size I could see it causing chronic health problems, but not changing the emergence of speech & language skills in a kid that was ready. ...Read more
4 year old has speech delay, we did blood tests and Vitamin D was 14, B12 was 1200 and IgE was 192, every other tests normal, can these cause delay?
Speech Delay: Evaluation for speech delay typically includes a good neuro exam including hearing, dysmorphic screen., MRI, EEG and aphasia assessment. perinatal and developmental history are reviewed. Pediatric Neurobehavioral assessment may also include screening for specific developmental or degenerative disorders. The b12 is OK. Vit D 25-OH level should be 30-100 range. ...Read more
What r causes of isolated expresive speech delay in 2 yo could it be trauma when nose broke? Brain CT normal. History of bad glue ear and t&a removal
A mix of genetic &: Environmental factors cause Expressive Language Disorder. The same number of ear infections occur in Preschoolers with & without ELD. When hearing returns to normal after Conductive Hearing Loss, linguistic impairments from CHL also stop. Multiple genes have been found for ELD in family linkage studies. Other perinatal risk factors contribute, like prematurity. A nasal fracture doesn't cause it. ...Read more
Profoundly: Child abuse can have a variety of effects on children. Once safety is re-established and physical harm treated, emotional harm can be assessed. The ability of children to trust others and changes in what to expect in relationships are often the most profound psychological injuries. Post traumatic stress disorder and depression are also extremely common. Therapy can help all of this. ...Read more
Its the law:
If you suspect a child has been abused, get help immediately use your pediatrician or a local child protective agency. Physicians are legally obligated to report all suspected cases of abuse/neglect to state authorities. Report emotional, physical or sexual
abuse. Doctors will detect/ treat any medical injuries or ailments, recommend a therapist, & provide needed information to investigators. ...Read more
Yes: Yes. Doctors are required to report suspected child abuse. The rest of your question would require a lengthy answer that won't fit in the space limited here. If you are concerned about the possibility of a child being abused you can also report it anonymously. ...Read more
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