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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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Back to School: Tips for Parents of Children with Special Needs

Back to school is a big transition time for all parents and all kids. For kids with special needs, and their families, it can be a little more stressful and require more planning and work. There are some things to do before school starts that can make the new school year start as smoothly as possible. Read More

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