Our expert says:
As I often hav to say, the first priority is to get a proper assessment and diagnosis --- you can't choose the best way to treat or manage a problem until you can be reasonably sure exactly what the problem is. Maybe she should see a child psychologist or child psychiatrist for an assessment, as there are several possible causes for te sort of problem you describe. She might also need to see a Speech therapist, again, for an assessment of her speech problem, to choose the bst way of helping it.
Has she had a physical check-up recently ? For instance, a child who is deaf or hard of hearing, may have dificulty learning to speak properly, because she doesn't hear properly what others are saying to her.
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