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1 . Is Parker's speech advancement appropriate for his age? Make clear? His presentation is certainly not developmentally appropriate because kids that are getting close to 2 years old should be able to speak up to 50 words and become somewhat understandable on all words. 2 . What value might Parker's ear infection have to his hearing problems? How might his food allergic reactions be contributing to the loss? When the infection basins in it blocks a chance to hear and may cause everlasting hearing loss if this happens frequently , his meals allergies may cause him to never be able to get the vitamins or perhaps nutrients this individual needs to get better. 3. If the screening team's recommendation pertaining to Parker add a referral to his doctor? Why? Certainly it should, since if he has perminate hearing loss the physcian will give him aid in some information about aids to help hear better also in information on how he could better his talk and other means of communication. 4. What behavioral signs of the loss of hearing might you expect Parker to demonstrate? He may display some let-downs on experiencing what other folks say, he may have an even louder volume than others, may lash out if he does not understand what is going around him or perhaps does not respond when called upon. Also may certainly not socialize to children because of the lack of commnication. 5. What strategies may possibly the development staff suggest to Parker's mother and grandmother for improving his speech development and communication skills? They could suggest that this individual go to speech therapy or a rehabilitation centre for children or provide these people information on how to communicate better.