my son turned 5 a week back he was a wonderful quiet happy baby hardly made a noise he started rocking back and forward on all fours round the time they start learning to crawl we thought this was normal but he still does it and he hums the dr says he doesnt think there is anything wrong with him neither does any of the other drs we have taken him to all the kindys we have had him in complain about his hyperactivity and his behaviour i dont find him badly behaved hes hyper and he has a kind heart he still rocks back and forth and he still hums at 5 hes started prep this year and his speech and his word retreival is behind the other kids his teacher says he has auditory processing disorder we are waiting for a referral to a specialist it seems to be taking forever we thought he was deaf for a while and he also seems to get overwhelmed out in public and just want to leave he can snap in a sec want to be out the next and screaming to go home the next second if its noisy he will make alot of noise to seemly drown out the noise around him does any one know whats going on there isnt much about auditory processing and when i read about it it doesnt seem like it covers my sons whole problemsReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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