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my girl has linguistic difficultys , comprehension of spoken language grammatical immaturity, vocab retention and retrieval for expressive L help Ty ?
Girl is 5 and half speech and language therapist say my daughter is developmental behind age 3.3 in language ,grammar poor word finding ,any advice?
What does this mean please ?child 6 has language difficulty grammar immaturities , comprehension of spoken language retain of vocab and expressive
Many possibilities: There are a number of different conditions that might cause these symptoms. If your child's school has an assessment team ask them to help. If not contact a psychologist. ...Read more
Daughter age 5. Speech and language say she has understanding, vocabulary, processing, poor concentration and her language is disordered what is wrong?
Hard to say: This is a complex issue that cannot be addressed without a complete evaluation of the child.Physical exam, testing and the input of speech and language pathologists are needed.Even then, the problem may be defined but the origin may remain elusive.Some kids have this as part of another set of developmental problems while others are otherwise normal.Look for answers with a developmental specialist. ...Read more
Hi my daughter cognitive assesment scoring ranging 55 in all areas and verbal language 65 can someone explain what scores mean thankyou she is 6 years?
It means: that her IQ score (normal score is 100) is below normal in the range of mild to moderate mental retardation. She needs to get services from the schools to help her learning in a special environment. She will need extra help to learn the school material and may require lower level work if she cant catch up. ...Read more
19 month old speaks 15 words and many protowords, understands one step commands and 100 words. Tested, and is socially fine. Speech delay or normal?
Possibly delayed: At 19 months, one would expect a toddler to know 50-75 words, understand up to 200 and be able to follow a two step command. These are only general guidelines, as speech development can vary in certain situations, such as bilingual households, multiple siblings, etc. Excessive pacifier use has been linked to delayed speech development as well. Here is a link for you: http://www.asha.org/public/speech/disorders/LateBlooming.htm ...Read more
Occupational therapy for 12 year old with nvld. Very intelligent adult size boy who memorizes rather than writing due to difficulty writing?
May not help much: Occupational therapy can help people with fine motor control problems such as the ability to write, type, or otherwise use the hands, wrists, arms. If a child's brain is different, causing him difficulty in dealing with ideas, words, phrases, sentences, etc..., then it is not a motor skill problem, and may not benefit much from o.T. It may be worth a brief try, to see if there is improvement. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it normal that 13 years old boy makes weird noises ( screaming, whistling, mumbling,talking in his own language) plus faces.. While playing games?
Its Possible: 13 yr olds do tend to have there own language and verbalizing while playing games is not abnormal. iHowever, If this behavior extends into his regular communication with other people, or becomes random and impulsive, then he may need to be checked by a doctor for developing a condition that can be treated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No . . .: Hello Tasha. Your blood pressure is just fine. However, your weight is not--relative to your height. Your ideal body weight would be somewhere in the range of 145-160 pounds. You probably already know this. Your future risks include Diabetes, Hypertension, Arthritis, premature heart disease, sleep apnea, and many types of cancer.You are young and it is NEVER too late to begin a weight loss program ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Age 36 female forgeting things, spelling words, names, people and objects, moments of confustion, comes and goes MS test normal, getting worse?
Cognitive issues: Your description focuses on worsening intellectual function, which can be due to many causes at age 36. Consider medication rxtns, vitamin deficiencies, (thiamine or b-12), low thyroid, occult infections (hiv, syphilis), contact with toxins (even carbon monoxide exposure in home or car). Perhaps there are psychological issues, or unusual complications of migraine or epilepsy. Doubt ms. ...Read more
Born of 28 wks, twig thin 29 male, 99lbs, 5'6" asthmatic, look like 19, diff socializing, girls cnsdr me a kid, earn no respect due to child like body?
No: It has no established medical use, a questionable safety profile, and any gains in muscle mass are tempoarry until discontinuing the drug. It causes water retention, potassium buildup, and suppression of testosterone, among other things. You don't say if you're in the us, but if you are you know it's banned and is a black market substance. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: If the teachers have a structured curiculum with the ability to be firm. Many austistic kids are "visual" learnerss. Avoiding long verbal instructions is diffucult. Reading with phonics. Autism is not an intellectual deficit-in fact nonverbal intelligence can be quite high. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
At what age do late talkers generally catch up thier peers. My son is 2 y 4 m. Has vocab of 50 words 3-4 two words comb. Will goin to nursery help?
Development Testing: Before your son can be labeled "late talker", a medical or developmental disorder must first be ruled out. Child's past medical/family/development history is not given but is important to know. Be aware that hearing loss is a major cause of language delay in this age group and must be tested for. See doctor for a full medical and developmental assessment to determine true cause of speech delay. ...Read more
5 year old reads, writes, adds, multiplies, subtracts, and comprehends conservatively as a 2nd grader. When he speaks, his thoughts are jumbled and frankly incomprehensible. Smyptomatic of anything?
Does writing letters backward mean my child has dyslexia? My daughter is in kindergarten and is learning to write. She often writes letters backward, and mixes up words with similar spellings. Does this mean she has dyslexia?
It : It is completely normal for a young child to reverse letters when first learning how to write - it is not an indicator of dyslexia. Many kids will continue to confuse b's and d's, q's and p's, well into first and even second grade. The same is true for confusing similar spellings of words. I've attached an article that talks about dyslexia and what to look for. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends: Is punk rock fine music or just noise? Is sushi fine dining or just uncooked/raw fish? It is all about your perspective. ...Read more
Sudden difficulty of recognizing spoken english (native speaker and don't know any other languages) it's sounds foreign to me. Why?
Don't know the cause: Of this symptom but do recommend a neurological evaluation due to change in cognitive function. Take care. ...Read more
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