By Understood Editors
It’s not always easy to recognize symptoms of auditory processing disorder. It can look different depending on your child’s age. Find out which signs are most common in preschool, grade school, middle school and high school.
Dec 18, 2013
Dec 18, 2013
Quiz: Test Your Knowledge of Auditory Processing Disorder
Skills That Can Be Affected by Auditory Processing Disorder
Auditory Processing Disorder: What You’re Seeing in Your Middle-Schooler
What’s the Difference Between Auditory Processing Disorder and Dyslexia?
Auditory Processing Disorder: What You’re Seeing in Your High-Schooler
What’s the Difference Between Auditory Processing Disorder and Being Hard of Hearing?
Practical ideas for social, emotional and behavioral challenges.
Find technology to help your child.
Simulations and videos to let you experience your child’s world.
Get tips on visiting the Mouse from the mom of a child with attention issues.
Feb 27th at 12:00 pm
Is your child a reluctant reader? These page-turners might be just what the doctor ordered.
Connect with other parents who understand.
When discussions get heated, it’s important (but not easy) to remain respectful.
How Piper Otterbein’s search for her passion changed her life.
Sign up for your weekly email newsletter, for you and your family.
This email is already subscribed to Understood newsletters. If you haven't been receiving anything, add firstname.lastname@example.org to your safe-senders list.
Child’s nickname is private and only you can see it.