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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    I think they help with feeding/food aversions/any other mouth/throat/tongue issues etc.
    Absolutely correct

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    Quote Originally Posted by witherwings View Post
    Just out of curiosity, what made you decide to see a speech therapist at 9 months

    ETA: I'm just wondering what speech milestones there are at that age? My kids are 2.5 and 4.5 so I don't remember the milestones
    My daughter has had 'speech therapy' since 4 weeks old.
    Speech pathologists also look at suck and feeding etc. Feeding is the precursor to speech.
    My daughter has a syndrome so early intervention was key.

    We didn't start focusing on verbal speech until she was about 2. We did signs from a very early age. To answer the OP I would be following up. Getting in early is vital and you might find you've nothing to worry about but it's worth investigating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by witherwings View Post
    Just out of curiosity, what made you decide to see a speech therapist at 9 months

    ETA: I'm just wondering what speech milestones there are at that age? My kids are 2.5 and 4.5 so I don't remember the milestones
    Our paediatrician referred us as our baby made no 'noises' at all, besides crying. No babble etc. After hearing was checked and all fine that was the next step. In saying that our speechie said there wasn't much we could do at an early age.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nh2489 View Post
    I was wondering same thing. My ds2 is 9 months and I have no expectations of him doing anything more than shouting and shrieking right now.
    We didn't either, however Bubby made no noises (even shouting, shrieking)!

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    Default Worried about speech

    Thanks for the explanation ladies, I didn't even know that was something ST helped with! That's very good to know!

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    Thanks for all replies... I have not read them all yet. I will soon...

    He has said a few more words lately but no sentences yet (well not clear ones that anybody undetstsnds)..


    He goes swimming and does playgroup. He has three older siblings.

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    Just a tip, I found my older two would answer a lot for him and tell me "oh he wants this" and speak for him. So I got onto them, having them ask him to say what he wanted, repeat it word for word into sentences and have him relay it back. I don't know if it did the trick but he did start talking once everyone started on that and did less for him, so to speak.


 

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