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Auditory processing is the ability to process information that is heard. You can test your child's AP simply by asking him to perform a series of tasks. If you say, "touch nose, rub tummy and clap hands" and your child can do all three, his AP is at a three. If he can only do two commands, it's at a two, and one command means he's at a one, etc.
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