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Why Auditory Processing Disorder Makes Reading Difficult

Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) is not an issue with hearing sounds, but an issue with how the brain interprets the sounds that are heard. The challenges most often arise with spoken speech since the differences between sounds can be subtle and therefore more difficult for an individual with APD to detect. The presence of background noise can make this even more difficult. But even without background noise, people with APD are often have difficulty distinguishing differences between similar parts of speech.  For example, you can say

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