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When to Refer to Trijog ? When you notice these symptoms, Its a good time to refer to a specialist. Precautions and foresightedness of an individual is crucial towards a pleasant remedial course of action.
Trijog walks with individual's from ages 2yrs to 85yrs. We care for what you think. Talk with Trijog.

For Children

Growth vs. Development

  • Delay in achieving developmental milestones
  • Sudden changes in appetite
  • Autism
  • Dyslexia

If hearing assessment shows no deficit but the child

  • Does not respond to others
  • Poor vocabulary, asks for repetitions

Emotional Concerns

  • Excessive anger
  • Bedwetting
  • Inability to express emotions or inappropriate expression
  • Lack of decreased interest in enjoyable activities
  • Mood swings
  • Traumatic experiences
  • Low self esteem
  • Self-confidence issues
  • Separation anxiety
  • Exam anxiety
  • Impulsivity
  • Excessive fear
  • Achievement Anxiety

If vision assessment shows no deficit but the child

  • Difficulty in copying tasks
  • Sudden change in handwriting
  • Difficulty following movement
  • Poor eye contact

Social functioning

  • Social withdrawal or isolation
  • Inability/ difficulty in getting along with others
  • Poor social skills

Related to learning/cognitive functionin

  • Poor concept development
  • Forgetfulness
  • Difficulty in following instructions
  • Low academic achievement
  • Discrepancy in verbal and written performance
  • Reading, spelling or calculation difficulty
  • Reluctance to write

Motor related

  • Posture not maintained
  • Toe walking
  • Inappropriate pencil grip
  • Uncoordinated movements
  • Clumsiness, frequently dropping objects
  • Hyperactivity and fidgetiness
  • Squirming in the seat








For Adolescents

SociaI functioning

  • Social withdrawal/isolation
  • Manipulative behavior

Communication / Language related

  • Non-expressive teens
  • Poor communication skills with parents and peers

Related to learning/ cognitive functioning

  • Difficulty concentrating and paying attention
  • Faulty memory
  • Poor decision-making skills
  • Limited problem-solving skills
  • Dyslexia

Emotional Concerns

  • Difficulty controlling and expressing anger
  • Difficulty expressing a range of healthy emotions
  • Anxiety and stress
  • Difficulties in coping with daily activities
  • Frequent fights and arguments with others
  • Feeling inadequate or worthless
  • Feeling burdened by peer pressure
  • Excessive Fear
  • Over Confidence

Behavioral Concerns

  • Unexplained changes in behavior
  • Non-responsive to school and household responsibilities
  • Frequent demands from others
  • Lowered respect for others' concerns and needs
  • lying, stealing or cheating
  • Defiance

For Adults

Social withdrawal/isolation

  • Socially inept / immature
  • Lack of assertiveness

Communication/ Language related

  • Faulty communication

Emotional Concerns

  • Feeling sad, alone, or in despair
  • Feeling worthless or having low self-esteem
  • Extremely elevated or irritable mood
  • Anxiety, stress, or panic attacks
  • Feeling unwanted, ashamed or guilty
  • Difficulties coping with bereavement
  • Depression
  • Low motivation
  • Unable to cope with things generally
  • Low Self Confidence
  • Phobias

Behavioral Concerns

  • Unexplained changes in behavior
  • Non-responsive to school and household responsibilities
  • Frequent demands from others
  • Lowered respect for others' concerns and needs
  • Paranoia/Suspiciousness
  • Over Dependence

Marital concerns

  • Conflict in Relationships