1) What is the process for diagnosing and treating central auditory processing disorder?
Typically, an audiologist and a speech language pathologist work together to determine if someone has a central auditory processing disorder. A full audiological examination is usually needed in conjunction with a speech and language evaluation for a proper diagnosis to be made. For more information about auditory processing disorders, you might want to contact the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).
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