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Make the best use of opportunity to read storybooks with the child. Make the reading activity interesting and entertaining. Have fun with your child while reading. Baca Selanjutnya >
Babies At Risk Of Delayed Speech
Children who were high risk babies should undergo follow ups to monitor their progress. This is because they are more likely to suffer developmental problems in the first year of life. Baca Selanjutnya >
My Child Has Tongue Tie?
Tongue tie occurs when the thin muscle under the tongue or frenelum is too short. Baca Selanjutnya >
My Child’s Hoarse Voice
Children are said to have a voice disorder when pitch/ loudness/ quality/ nasality deviate from other children of the same age and gender. Baca Selanjutnya >
How Children Learn To Talk
Children learn to talk by interacting with adults and peers. There are few factors that contributing to the development of talking. Baca Selanjutnya >
Oh No! My Child Is Not Yet Talking!
Parents and siblings should represent a good example and behavior. This is because small kids imitate others’ behavior by observing, learning and responding towards the environment around them. Baca Selanjutnya >
Your Baby’s First Words
The first word usually appeared when the child is one year old. Early words that are often used by a child are family kinship such as mommy, daddy and nanny. Baca Selanjutnya >
Talk With Child Is Fun!
Every child is unique. Therefore, the tips below might help the parent on how to encourage the child to speak more in fun way. Baca Selanjutnya >
Hyperactive: Is It Bad Parenting?
ADHD is related to bad parenting. However, this is not true. The symptoms may be worse if the parent does not care or neglect the ADHD symptoms. Baca Selanjutnya >
Stuttering is a condition where the speech production is not smooth or discontinuous. This problem can occur either in children or adults. Baca Selanjutnya >