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Child having developmental delay. Poor chewing skills,Squats with support,cannot jump from a higher place, climbs stairs with support. Suggestions?

hi my 5 yr old child is developmental delayed with poor fine motor skills.He was born on 34 wks birth wt 1.3 kg,was on ventilator for 13 days.Walked by 20 mths has poor chewing skills,Squats with support,cannot jump from a higher place, climbs stairs with support.What i am most concerned is he doesn t want to go out & even to school.He jumps on his toes seeing moving objects.He doesnot want to study & hates going to school.How to speed up the development?
Asked On : Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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Pediatrician, Neonatology 's  Response
are you on regular checkups with pediatric neurologist and physiotherapist?
Is he able to talk?
Discuss with both of them about his school phobia so that they can assess whether he needs special school.
Physiotherapy is the most important for him.
You have to keep on trying with him to stimulate to read and follow your advice.
All the best.

Answered: Thu, 29 Nov 2012
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