Listening, learning and paying attention can be a real source of anxiety for a child with Auditory Processing Disorder.
Children often get frustrated, disheartened and can lose confidence in themselves, socially and in the classroom.
It's disheartening for you as a parent when you are unable to help them improve their processing and reach their potential.
Use this Initial Screening Test to identify the specific difficulties your child has. Then design a plan to address these in order to help your child overcome their specific difficulties with auditory processing.