Nice and concise!
OMG thank you so much.
BTW, that article is my oldest daughter to a T. We thought CAPD when she was a preschooler but as she got older her ASD was more pronounced. I have been told (by the school) that her processing problems aren't auditory in nature but rather because of her autism spectrum disorder she has a hard time with abstract things so it affects comprehension. I was also told that the other symptoms are from sensory issues or executive function problems.
Here's one for ya. In our district they screen kids for APD using 4 tests given by the school psychologist and speech pathologist. (Which Cait did well on which is why I was told she didn't have APD issues). I would have to look up which ones they are again. They have both had them and hers were along time ago.
You will LOVE this. Cait is in a special program for Aspergers kids. She is mainstreamed for academics but the AS kids have a home base where they take 2 classes per day to help with study skills and social skills. They have stuck this AS class in the "Green Room". Basically a dressing room wedged between the auditorium/gym and band room. Cait gave her teacher the hardest time about working in there last year. I said it was the noise. They tell me she got used to it and they were putting up sound doors to help.
Reminds me I am supposed to be writing a letter to the school board about that.
They will both be getting tested again.
ps. Finished the whole article and I am already doing everything they have recomended and have gotten the school to do the same. I am working on the classroom situation and currently she has headphones to use when working there. Is there anything else I should do? Anything else that can be done?