Auditory Processing Disorder

    Parents need to see their babies reaching growth milestones.  When babies start to walk and talk they know things are good.  When those things don’t happen on schedule parents may supsect a problem such as autism.  But that’s not always the case.  Maiken Scott from WHYY’s Behavioral Health desk looks at a Delaware agency, which deals with another possible solution.

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