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Processing Disorders in Children

by Jack Rella
Processing disorders in children fall into four distinct categories: auditory, sensory, visual and language processing disorders. Although it is not always clearly understood what causes these problems, children who have a processing disorder face greater challenging is mixing with peers, reaching d...
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