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Discussion in 'Early Years' started by inky, Dec 28, 2010.
I don't really understand this double diagnosis.
What I mean is, I dont understand how a three/four-year-old with such delays [call them what you will - I don't know the details] can also be called a 'selective mute'so early in life.
I'm not quite clear is it the same child or two children?
If one child I agree with inky
Does the child talk at all? (because many 12-15 month children won't be saying a great deal )
I'm sorry, OP, for having read your post so carelessly.