My 2.3 Year daughter is not talking

My daughter is 2.3 years old. She is still not talking . She just talk word like baba, mama. she hold our hand to take or ask if she wants anything. If we call out her name she grunts in response. she sometimes blabbers as if trying to make some communication. she has good eye contacts and hugs a lot. Also we have taught her to wave bye bye, hand shake, salute etc and she does it very well. Can u pls guide us as what we can do to make my little on to talk

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Apr 28, 2015
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suggestions
by: Anonymous

Hi! It may take time for language to develop but there are lots of things to do now. Your hard work now will pay off once she begins talking. However, if you have concerns, I do recommend an evaluation from a speech therapist to make sure there aren't other things going on besides just delayed

In the meantime, or if that is not an option, I recommend start the following pages for exercises...

http://www.speechtherapytalk.com/language-development-activities.html talking - This page has links to a lot of games and ideas of what to do at home.

How you talk to your child also matters. For some simple suggestions, start here:

http://www.speechtherapytalk.com/toddler-talk.html

Let me know if you have any questions!

Apr 28, 2015
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Still the same
by: Anonymous

Hi Bridget, it is still the same. if you can pls recommend some activities that we can do which can help her it would be great.

Apr 27, 2015
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by: Bridget

How is your daughter doing now? Any improvement?

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