People with auditory processing disorder (APD) have a hard time hearing small sound differences in words. Someone says, "Please raise your hand," and you hear something like "Please haze your plan." You tell your child, "Look at the cows over there," and they may hear, "Look at the clown on the chair."
APD, also known as central auditory processing disorder, isn't hearing loss or a learning disorder. It means your brain doesn't "hear" sounds in the usual way. It's not a problem with understanding meaning. (webmd.com)
If you are not able to hear sounds properly, you will have issues with speech and language. We can help. Our team of experts are the best in the business. Contact us today if you think you are having problems processing the information you hear on a daily basis. This is not a problem that just 'goes away', but it can if we help.