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Like Sound Through Water: A Mother's Journey Through Auditory Processing Disorder

Like Sound Through Water: A Mother’s Journey Through Auditory Processing Disorder

A person with auditory processing disorder receives jumbled and distorted sounds. But the ability to hear is usually normal. Even though it affects millions of Americans, APD can be difficult to diagnose and challenging to treat. Through years of research, and personal interviews, Karen Foli learned everything she needed to know about APD in order to help her son achieve the greatest gift of all: communication.

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