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ADP is a disorder not everyone is familiar with. Children often have difficulty with reading or writing, but are never tested for Auditory Processing Disorder.

This book will help you understand and identify APD. My son has APD and I know if you have more knowledge about APD you will understand your child better.
About 7% of school children have some sort of auditory processing problems. If your child's speech, language, reading, writing or listening skills are a concern to you then your child could have some sort of auditory processing problem.

If your child has a speech delay, not responding when talked to, easily distracted, have problems following instructions, often say 'what' or 'huh', then you should read this book. APD is often misdiagnosed.

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