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Diagnosing CAPD

A diagnosis of CAPD is made when a child shows significant differences and significantly delayed functioning in 2 or more areas of auditory processing. Lack of an identifiable pattern argues for global delays or a differential diagnosis such as ADHD or dyslexia. Children can have these things as well as CAPD, but this is where careful testing and diagnosis is needed. Read More

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When to be Concerned about Your Child's or Teen's Mood

Children and teenagers are often moody or irritable, but how do parents know when these behaviors occur more often than average. Reports indicate that 9% of adolescents ages 12 to 17 experience a major depressive episode with girls more likely to be affected than boys. Read More

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