Does My Preschooler Have a Language Problem?

Use these developmental milestones for indications that your child might show signs of auditory processing problems.

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The Causes of APD

The root cause of a condition that plagues so many perfectly intelligent children with normal hearing in the United States alone is still under study and discussion. Clinical observation hasn’t offered up a single genetic, environmental, physical, or developmental smoking gun behind APD. But as doctors, scientists, and therapists work to unlock its secrets and treat its symptoms, several general factors associated with auditory processing disorder have drawn increasing scrutiny.

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