Auditory processing dysfunctions can affect a child in many different ways. A child who struggles with auditory processing may be able to hear just fine—but there is a glitch in the way their brain processes sounds. This can cause memory, focus, and comprehension problems.

If your child exhibits a lot of the symptoms in the checklist below, it may indicate an auditory processing struggle. By getting a more formal evaluation and by using supportive learning tools, you can help your child navigate this challenge and experience more educational success!