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6 Characteristics of Central Auditory Processing Disorder

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Difficulty Carrying on Long Conversations


Since sounds and noise easily distract a child with CAPD, he has a hard time carrying on long conversations. He has difficulty hearing and understanding what is being said and gives inconsistent responses. Conversations on the telephone are also difficult.

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