The evidence base is too small and weak to provide clear guidanceto speech-language pathologists faced with treating childrenwith diagnosed APD, but some cautious skepticism is warranteduntil the record of evidence is more complete. Clinicians whodecide to use auditory interventions should be aware of thelimitations in the evidence and take special care to monitorthe spoken and written language status of their young clients.
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