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Not able to speak
My son not able to speak and he lost his teeth in the age of 2 years. he can pronounce few words. not able to pronounce full sentences.
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Take an opinion with Speech Language Pathologist. They can diagnosis better and help you out.
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At 4 years if he is not able to join words to form a sentence, he has expressive speech delay. I hope his receptive speech is age appropriate. He needs to have a complete development assessment by a Pediatrician and Speech therapy. Early intervention is the key.
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Not at all speaking?? Or few words.. ?? And I want to know other domains of development..
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