Auditory Processing Disorder
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What Is Auditory Processing Disorder? Symptoms, Comorbidities, and Exercises

Auditory processing disorder (APD) is a hearing problem characterized by deficits in how the brain processes auditory input. Children with APD struggle to make sense of what they hear — a symptom that is easily mistaken for other conditions and learning disabilities. This overview of APD clarifies common misconceptions and offers targeted strategies of support.

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