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6 Characteristics of Central Auditory Processing Disorder

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Difficulty with Reading, Spelling, and/or Comprehension


Although they prefer written instructions, children with CAPD often demonstrate poor reading and spelling skills. As a result, poor note-taking skills become a characteristic as well.

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