By The Understood Team
Auditory processing disorder can raise a number of questions. How is it different from being hard of hearing? Is it related to dyslexia? Here experts answer common questions about auditory processing disorder.
Ellen Koslo, Au.D.
Dec 18, 2013
Dec 18, 2013
Understanding Auditory Processing Disorder
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Testing for auditory processing
Hi @Elizabet: Getting a diagnosis for auditory processing disorder requires finding a trained audiologist who can run electrophysiological tests. These tests record how the brain responds to sounds. You can learn more here: Understanding Auditory Processing Disorder (http://u.org/29qRaFU) or here, I’m Concerned My Child Might Have Auditory Processing Disorder. Now What?
(http://u.org/296q6jx). We wish you luck!
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