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3 year old not socializing well in school, otherwise normal. What to do ?

hello Dr. we checked at school on our 3 years old boy and the teacher told us that he is generally good but he is not socializing a lot with freinds if they are playing he would play with them but he doesnt have freinds also he think a lot example while he is drawing he stopped sudenly for a while and then continue at home we didnt see anything abnormal Kindly advise what to do appreciate your help AAAA
Asked On : Fri, 16 Nov 2012
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Dear Concerned.,

Thanks for writing to us.

There is nothing developmentally wrong with your child's milestones.

He could be a normal introvert nature of a Single Child .Sometimes single children are associated with a diagonally opposite behaviour of violent Stubbornness.

Kindly consult a Child Psychiatryst for an analysis.

I can understand your concern regarding your suspicion about "Autism" which is a complex developmental disability affecting the socialising and communicating skills presenting itself within 03 years of life.The complex developmental neurological disorder presents with child showing uninterested in surroundings/non eye contact in a social setting/no interest in a social setting/less exchange of ideas /thoughts/feelings.

Kindly rule out a tendancy whether it could be a case of Autism.Even then, therapy is available.

Wishing you the very best,


Dr Lt Cdr ASN Bhushan.

Answered: Fri, 16 Nov 2012
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