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Things as a Parents can do to help


1. Keep natural eye contact while your child is talking.
2. Avoid such situations at home and outside where the child has to compete for love and attention, compete scholastically or in any other area with other children.
3. Avoid any kind of direct reference to childs speech difficulty in his presence, unless he recognises the problem and questions you about it.
4. The child should be praised at home as well in the school for his achievements in order to build up his self confidence. Listen to the child with interest
5. When the child has blocks while speaking, do not supply the word to him Let him try to break his own block. Be a patient listener.
6. Your child speaks, reply slowly & unhurriedly using some of the same words.
7. After Do not make the child conscious of his speech by telling him to talk slowly, to keep calm, to take a deep breath or to think before speaking or to stop talking or to repeat when he has difficulty.
8. Spend at least 5 minutes each day devoted to talking with your child in an unhurried, easy, relaxed manner, find ways to show your child that you love and value her and that you enjoy your time together.