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In the very broadest sense, auditory process disorder (APD) refers to how the central nervous system (CNS) uses auditory information. In other words, what the brain does with what it hears. In recent years, many misconceptions have developed regarding APD.
It is important to emphasize that APD is an auditory deficit that is not the result of other higher-order cognitive, language, or related disorder.
It is important to know that, however valuable the information from the multidisciplinary team is in understanding the child’s overall areas of strength and weakness, none of the test tools used by these professionals are diagnostic tools for APD, and the actual diagnosis of APD must be made by an audiologist.
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