2 years old baby

Question: My child is 2.3 year not speaking at all and not responding when we call both ears are normal docter say he have attention problem how to make him listen what we are saying

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Answer: Hi! I would recommend going to a speech therapist at the minimum. Check out speech milestones on ASHA website. As far as I remember, a 2yo should have a vocabulary of about 200 words, ability to answer in one word and just able to form 2 word sentences. I'm not trying to add to your stress, just sharing what I remember to encourage you to go to a professional for evaluation. They will share tips for you to interact with the child too. Hope this helps!
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