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Auditory processing disorder (also known as central auditory processing disorder or CAPD) is a condition that makes it hard for kids to recognize subtle differences between sounds in words. It affects their ability to process what other people are saying.

In middle school, academic demands intensify, and many kids with auditory processing disorder (APD) may struggle. Here are some warning signs of APD.

Many middle-schoolers procrastinate. But if your child struggles frequently with planning, prioritizing and emotional control, then you might be seeing signs of executive functioning issues.

Identifying executive functioning issues in preschool-age kids is hard. You may notice trouble with memory or inflexible thinking. Here are other common signs of executive functioning issues.

APD Infographic illustrating some common symptoms and treatment options for Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD).

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