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Clinically you could be talking about severe capd (central auditory processing
disorder) or even some form of aphasia. This latter, however, is not true
auditory processing in most cases. I have also seen the term auditory apraxia
used which is actually incorrect as it probably denotes a severe form of capd.
Capd includes what used to be termed "auditory dyslexia".
Tom Brennan, CCC-A/SLP, RHD
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