When the child is three years old, he can't speak. He often chatters and talks about things that adults don't understand. He only calls his mother when he wants something, and only calls his mother when he sees anyone. When his parents teach him to shout, he ignores his parents and doesn't take the initiative to speak. He doesn't play and communicate with children in school for a few months. He is busy at home and doesn't have time to take care of him, so he gives him a mobile phone and plays every day, One day, I only learn to speak with my mobile phone. When I learn with my mobile phone, my pronunciation is not very clear, and I often lose my temper. Sometimes I cry for a long time. When I take something, I will pull it without pointing. When I talk to him, I can't understand it. My parents are very upset. They don't look at each other with eyes, have no problem with hearing, and don't want to go anywhere.
Hello! According to your consultation this time, the child is 3 years old and talks blankly. If adults can't understand, they will call their mother for what they want, or hold the adult's hand to get what they want. They don't understand the meaning of their mother and don't look at each other. The baby has no problem in hearing. It may be that the family takes care of the child and doesn't teach the baby to speak. The language development is backward and the intellectual development is backward. It is suggested to communicate with the baby and teach the baby to speak more, Tell the baby to improve the baby's cognitive and understanding ability! You can't give your baby a mobile phone anymore and don't communicate with your baby! Will affect the baby's growth and development, take the baby to the hospital neurology department for examination. A questionnaire survey is needed to comprehensively evaluate the specific situation of the baby.
This child should have something to do with the usual care. Children who often watch mobile phones will have such a situation. If they are ~ diagnosed with autism, they will return to normal life in the future after the day-to-day intervention, training and treatment. Take the child to a regular hospital for diagnosis and treatment.