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Re: Developmental Pedia (Thread 2)
« Reply #80 on: February 06, 2012, 10:13:52 pm »
^^para makampante ka sis better to see a devt pedia. Ang anak ko nagtatampo rin pag d kami nagbibigay ng atensyon na sa gusto nya na level, sinasabihan kami ng "you're not listening to me". Madaldal rin ang anak ko, minsan hindi sumusunod sa instructions, at pag pinagsasabihan d din nakatingin sa eyes ko kaya sinasabihan ko na tumingin sa akin (ayaw nya kasi na pinagsasabihan sya, pwede ba yun?).

Mahilig rin magsalita mag-isa anak ko, mahilig sya sa pretend play lalo na mga linya ng disney princesses. Sinasali nya pa ko sa mga laro nya.

I'm sharing these sis kasi mahirap mag-label agad kung ano yun dapat maging cause of worry. Baka ok naman pala ang anak mo.

Pero para mawala yung "baka" e siguraduhin na lang at magpa-appointment na :)

Si dr. Tippy rin ang devt pedia ng daughter ko. Regular pedia nya is adeline ty (cardinal santos). Tuwang-tuwa si dr ty sa anak ko, wag daw ako masyadong magworry.


Wag munang mag worry masyado. Cheer up :)

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Re: Developmental Pedia (Thread 2)
« Reply #81 on: February 07, 2012, 12:55:41 am »
Hi mga Sis,

Si Dra Tippy lang ba ang Developmental Pedia sa Medical City?

Yung teacher kasi ng anak ko sa Galileo sabi may sudden changes daw sa son ko. May nakikita daw sila mga signs. Nagulat talaga ako kasi he's grades are all ok naman at behave naman siya pag andyan kami ng daddy niya. ( overseas pala kami ni hubby nung christmas at new year nasa pilipinas kami. )

Isa sa napansin nila is nagsasalita daw mag isa, kinakagat yung pencil, kinakalikot yung nose ( may allergy kasi siya so kasama ba yun ), hindi sumusunod sa instructions, pag kinakausap di daw makatingin ng straight at di mapakali sa upuan.
Ako naman ang napansin ko sa son ko sobra daldal niya pag nag start na siya mag kwento at kailangan makinig ka talaga kasi pag hindi sumasama loob niya or uulit ulitin niya yung story hanggang makinig ka.

Napag usapan namin ni hubby na ipa check narin para atleast kung meron nga magawan ng paraan.

Mga sis, magkano pala nagagastos niyo sa mga check ups?

sis how old is your son? kasi some characteristics of your son ay napapansin ko rin sa 2.6 yr old son ko like dapat pansinin mo siya kung ano sinasabi niya or else paulit ulit din niyang sasabihin until na sumagot ka sa sinasabi niya... thanks sis..

better to have him check by DP sis para sa peace of mind..

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Re: Developmental Pedia (Thread 2)
« Reply #82 on: February 07, 2012, 12:30:13 pm »
@Sis Stormy, yung daughter mo ano sabi ni Dr Tippy sa ganon? Sa totoo lang simula ng nagkaroon ng ganong comment yung teacher sa Galileo lagi ko iniisip kahit sa work...research ako ng research. Yung Dad ko nga ( grandpa niya ) sabi sa amin OA na daw kami masyado.  :o

@Sis Joyce09, yung son ko is 5 yrs old turning 6 yrs old this year. feeling ko normal lang naman yung ganon...haha! siyempre mga kids talaga especially pag nag kukwento andun yung enthusiasm at excitement nila kaya gusto nila yung attention ibigay natin.

Mga sis, isa pala sa napansin ko yung younger brother niya iba ang development in terms of words at pagsasalita. Kasi yung eldest ko mga 1.5 to 2 yrs old straight na siya magsalita at alam niya lahat ng animals sa books, 1-10, ABC. Yung youngest ko ( 2.5yrs old ) until now di complete mga words except sa mommy at daddy. Dapat ba ipatingin ko din sa DP? Pero siya kaya mag focus at sumusunod sa instructions namin.
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Re: Developmental Pedia (Thread 2)
« Reply #83 on: February 07, 2012, 12:43:00 pm »
^ Ganyan din ang mga kids kong 4 1/2 years old, madalas mag-pretend play which I read is a developmental milestone in itself and common sa preschoolers, mag-talk to themselves but they know naman kung ano ang real and not real, hindi sumusunod sa instructions kasi defiant, etc.  As a mom, ikaw ang makaka-feel if the behavior of your son is out of the ordinary or medyo disturbing na.

Mas tutukan mo siguro ang younger son mo.  Baka delayed ang speech development niya.  By 2.5 years old, he should be speaking in 3-4 (or more) word sentences.  Medyo conversant na siya dapat though hindi naman perfect or matatas na talaga.  I-enroll mo na kaya sa preschool this coming June?

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« Reply #84 on: February 07, 2012, 01:13:17 pm »
^ Lately kasi may isang doctor who does the tests.  But kasama naman talaga ang parents eh.  Hindi maiiwan mag-isa ang anak mo.  What I meant lang is habang nag-uusap kayo ni Dr. T baka nandiyan yung isang doctor to administer the diagnostic test.  How old na ba is your child?  Kung young pa siya, hindi naman siya mag-iisa sa room eh.  What's your concern ba, sis?

Sis delayed speech ng baby ko, at 22 months 10 clear words palang nasasabi niya.
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Re: Developmental Pedia (Thread 2)
« Reply #85 on: February 07, 2012, 01:27:49 pm »
^ It's a good thing you have a schedule na because delayed speech development is not that simple. It could also be an indicator of another developmental problem, although I am not saying this is the case with your child ha.  Try to check with the secretary if there's a cancellation para you can move your appointment to an earlier date.

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« Reply #86 on: February 07, 2012, 03:25:14 pm »
Sis, tumawag na kami Medical City.  :( Next Schedule for Dra Tippy is September tapos kay Dra Manalo sa August naman. huhuhu!
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Re: Developmental Pedia (Thread 2)
« Reply #87 on: February 07, 2012, 03:38:44 pm »
^ Months talaga ang waiting time for an appointment.  Thus, I always advise mommies here to be pro-active and set an appointment ASAP rather than wait for something to happen.  Kasi sa kaka-wait na iyan, sayang ang time!  Maghihintay ka din kasi for your appointment with the dev pedia.

And by the way, developmental screening is recommended even if you do not have any concerns about your child's development.

Do not lose hope.  Try to call the doctor's secretary from time to time and check if there is a cancellation na puwede kang isingit.  Medyo urgent ang case ng younger son mo.  Try to enroll him in summer class kaya para may makausap siyang ibang mga bata. :)

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Re: Developmental Pedia (Thread 2)
« Reply #88 on: February 07, 2012, 03:52:49 pm »
@sylvester, wala naman napansin na kakaiba si dr tippy sa anak ko sis :) very playful lang (nagkacrumple kasi ng paper anak ko, lalayo tapos ishu-shoot sa trash can).

Mga napansin ni dr tippy (at ito rin feedback ng teacher nya ngayon), pag may pinapagawa sa anak ko mabilis nya gusto na tapusin kasi may plano agad na kasunod gawin. Kaya d napapagbuti yun task.

Napansin rin ni dr tippy yun tendency na tulungan ko/i-coach anak ko pag may tinanong si doktora tapos matagal/nag iisip pa ng sagot daughter ko.

Bukod sa mga yan wala naman pa ibang sinabi.

Ayun nga lang hindi ko rin masabi yun sa anak mo sis kasi syempre iba2x ang mga bata. Ang sa akin, tama yan magpa-schedule na pero wag mo itorture sarili mo kasi baka pati pakikitungo mo sa kanya mastrain na. Relax lang sis.

@marose, buti boys kids mo :) d mo mararanasan ikaw pagampanin nila ng witch or step mom sa mga role playing nila :)

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Re: Developmental Pedia (Thread 2)
« Reply #89 on: February 07, 2012, 04:03:21 pm »
@Sis Marose17, ngayon yung younger son ko nag trial session sa school ng kuya niya for nursery. Ayun enjoy naman siya lagi umuuwi na may star sa hand. haha!
Nung tumawag pala sa Medical City may sinuggest sa akin si Dra Lim daw meron May na open schedule siguro ipa schedule ko na din dito.

@Sis Stormy, salamat sis... siguro pagdating talaga sa anak lahat urgent. haha! kaya nung nalaman ko comment ng teacher na may sudden change sa behaviour niya eh mega research at tanong ako agad sa inyo.  :D
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Re: Developmental Pedia (Thread 2)
« Reply #90 on: February 07, 2012, 04:07:29 pm »
^^ Ang ginagawa naman nila sa akin is tatapak sa back ko, or gagawing "bridge" ang legs ko.  Gustong-gusto nila iyon. :)

^ Hindi ako familiar kay Dr. Lim.  Pero iyon nga, kung delayed lang ang expressive language ng child mo at sa tingin mo naman ay okay ang receptive language (ability to understand what someone is telling him) niya, then, relax ka nga lang muna. :) 

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Re: Developmental Pedia (Thread 2)
« Reply #91 on: February 07, 2012, 04:32:11 pm »
hey sissies. you might want to try to take a look at this link. you can take a quiz for your child so to assess whether he/she has signs of autism not.

http://pediatrics.about.com/od/autism/l/bl_autism.htm

below are the possible signs and symptoms of autism:

-at times, seems to be deaf.
-doesn't point or wave bye-bye.
-seems to prefer to play alone.
-does not respond to his/her name.
-cannot explain what he/she wants.
-has language skills or speech that is delayed.
-doesn't follow directions.
-seems to hear sometimes, but not others.
-used to say a few words or babble, but now he/she doesn't.
-throws intense or violent tantrums.
-has odd movement patterns.
-is hyperactive, uncooperative, or oppositional.
-doesn't know how to play with toys.
-doesn't smile when smiled at.
-has poor eye contact.
-gets "stuck" on things over and over and can't move on to other things.
-gets things for him/herself only.
-is very independent for his/her age.
-does things "early" compared to other children.
-seems to be in his/her "own world."
-seems to tune people out.
-is not interested in other children.
-walks on his/her toes.
-shows unusual attachments to toys, objects, or schedules (i.e., always holding a string or having to put socks on before pants).
-spends a lot of time lining things up or putting things in a certain order.















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Re: Developmental Pedia (Thread 2)
« Reply #92 on: February 07, 2012, 04:48:29 pm »
im also thinking of having my 14mo old boy assessed by a dev ped or is it too early? you see if im going to compare my boy with his ate, super far ang temperament. at 1yr he does tantrums already...this is with matching rolling on the floor. my daughter never did this 'til she was 3yo. then he's very matampuhin. he would really cry if he doesn't get what he wants...tatakbo pa yan and would cry in one corner. he's very clingy. he wont even let me go to the washroom so minsan ending eh kasama ko siya.


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Re: Developmental Pedia (Thread 2)
« Reply #93 on: February 07, 2012, 05:26:08 pm »
^ My kids were assessed at 11 months old, but that's because they're preemies and were not hitting the milestones on time.

Your son may have a different temperament lang from your daughter.  For me, it's not really a behavioral or developmental issue at this stage.  Observe mo muna siya.  I've seen M naman and he seems to be a very happy boy.  Normal lang siguro sa boys ang makulit and medyo headstrong. :)

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Re: Developmental Pedia (Thread 2)
« Reply #94 on: February 07, 2012, 05:35:43 pm »
^thats what hubby said as well...cause he's a boy. yes, he's a very happy boy naman. but if he doesnt get what he wants that's a whole different story. siguro di lang ako sanay sa pagiging assertiveness ng boys. i'll observe muna then I'll make a decision by the time he nears 2.

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Re: Developmental Pedia (Thread 2)
« Reply #95 on: February 23, 2012, 12:49:02 pm »
Hi mga sis,

Update lang. Tapos na namin ipa assess kay Dr Tippy yung younger son ko yesterday. Swerte lang kasi may nagback out sa schedule kaya ayun tinawagan kami ng secretary kung available ba kami. Ok naman yung younger son ko ang concern lang is yung sa speech delay niya kaya ayun may mga center na binigay sa amin para i enroll siya. Tapos yung sa eldest ko inaantay yung check up niya sa Medical city kasi nung wala pa schedule kay Dr Tippy pina developmental screening na namin para malaman kung meron ba sila napansin at yung result ifoforward nlng kay Dr Tippy. Pero nameet na ni Dr Tippy yung eldest at ang comment nga eh hyper daw.

Thanks sa help mga sis.
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Re: Developmental Pedia (Thread 2)
« Reply #96 on: February 23, 2012, 01:41:37 pm »
^ That's good to know.  Update mo kami dito ha.  We learn from each other's experiences kasi. :)

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Re: Developmental Pedia (Thread 2)
« Reply #97 on: February 23, 2012, 09:33:56 pm »
hi mga sis...anyone who's dev ped is dr francis dimalanta. may upcoming appointment kami sa kanya on april...i would like to know how he does his assessment sa bata. may nag-comment na before that they were made to answer a sort of questionnaire, ganun pa din ba? ok ba sya talaga? kasi parang mas pricey sya sa iba... :-[ hehe.

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Re: Developmental Pedia (Thread 2)
« Reply #98 on: February 24, 2012, 04:58:19 pm »
Hi Sis cocoysmom,

Isa siya sa naging choices ko for dev ped nung wala kami schedule kay Dr Tippy. May pinadala siya questionnaire sa email ko then sinabi nadin how much payment per kid. Namahalan ako sa pf niya lalo na dalawa yung ipapacheck up ko kaya hindi ko na tinuloy buti nalang nagkaroon naman kami ng schedule kay Dr Tippy. Pero nabasa ko din dito magaling din si Dr Dimalanta kaya isa siya sa pinili ko. :)
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Re: Developmental Pedia (Thread 2)
« Reply #99 on: February 25, 2012, 06:06:02 pm »
@cocoysmom, sina sarahsensible, liana and chili1113 ang mga kilala ko dito na dev ped ng kids nila si Dr. Dimalanta.  Mahal nga siya, 5k nga ba ang initial assessment niya?

 

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