This is a great post. I’ve had problems with this my entire life, and I’m considering approaching my doctor about it, to see if something might be done. Maybe not, but I’d at least like to ask.
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Auditory processing refers to the way that sound is processed after it is heard. A person with Auditory Processing Disorder may have difficulty interpreting sounds they hear–often related to speech. The structure of the ear can be typical while the person experiences varying degrees of difficulty making sense of the sound.
I’ve been giving a lot of thought to raising happy and safe Autistic children. Happy and safe children make parenting them a lot less stressful. So I’m raising a topic that I think plays a major role in the lives of many Autistic children (and adults) unbeknownst to the parents.
It is important not just because it affects communication abilities but because it can lead to extreme frustration and other emotions which can result in unexplained behavior.
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