Coping With Auditory Processing Disorder in Your Child

23 March 2016
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

Auditory processing disorder is a condition that makes it difficult for individuals to recognize small differences in sound and speech patterns. The disorder in kids makes it difficult for the children to recognize and learn several speech related skills like other children at their stage. For instance a child growing up with APD may not know how to differentiate seventy and seventeen speech wise, or free and three. This makes it difficult for the child to develop academic skills that heavily depend on speech. Read More