1: TRY a simulation of what it's like to have auditory processing problems.
2: BUY Childhood Speech, Language and Listening Problems to learn how to deal with the disability ... and the tests and the IEPs and the specialists.
3: JOIN AuditoryProcessing or another e-mail support group to get ideas and support from fellow parents.
4: READ a first-person account of what it feels like to have CAPD.
5: VISIT our listing of auditory processing links for more information and ideas.
Do you have suggestions for parents of children newly diagnosed with CAPD? Tell them about that book that explained everything, that website full of resources, that e-mail group you still lean on, that experience with your child that made you see things differently. Those of us who have been there have important gifts to give those who have not yet done that. Offer your words of wisdom and experience where you see "Readers Respond" below.