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Child CORE-YP Symptom Screener

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These questions are about how you have been feeling – OVER THE LAST WEEK.
Please read each question carefully. Think how often you have felt like that in the last week and then put a cross in the box you think fits best.
1. I’ve felt edgy or nervous(Required)
2. I haven’t felt like talking to anyone(Required)
3. I’ve felt able to cope when things go wrong(Required)
4. I’ve thought of hurting myself(Required)
5. There’s been someone I felt able to ask for help(Required)
6. My thoughts and feelings distressed me(Required)
7. My problems have felt too much for me(Required)
8. It’s been hard to go to sleep or stay asleep(Required)
9. I’ve felt unhappy(Required)
10. I’ve done all the things I wanted to(Required)

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Child Auditory Processing Screener

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Auditory processing disorder (APD), also known as Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD), refers to a condition that impacts the brain’s ability to filter and interpret sounds. People with APD have normal hearing capacity, but the mechanisms in the brain that process audio input are impaired, meaning they have difficulties time receiving, organizing, and making sense of sound.This test was adapted from the symptoms of auditory processing disorder (APD) as described by the British Society of Audiology. There is large comorbidity of APD with ADHD and hence it is helpful to screen for this in ADHD assessments.
1. My child often says sounds in the wrong order, long after his peers have stopped doing this.(Required)
2. My child does poorly on oral tests but not written ones. My child has difficulty listening to auditory information (teacher teaching) when no visual information is available.(Required)
3. My child has been tested for hearing problems, and everything came out fine.(Required)
4. My child cries, covers her ears, or runs away when I turn on the vacuum cleaner.(Required)
5. My child seems disinterested in music.(Required)
6. My child can’t focus on his homework if he can hear someone talking or playing in another room.(Required)
7. My child seems distracted or has trouble focusing during class.(Required)
8. My child mishears me when I’m speaking; he thinks I said “bread” instead of “red,” for example.(Required)
9. My child gets upset if anyone talks while we’re watching TV, even at a very low volume or during a commercial.(Required)
10. My child can’t focus on writing and listening at the same time, and has difficulty taking notes.(Required)
11. My child often says, “What?” even if no one is talking.(Required)
12. If I tell my child, “Go to your room and get your coat,” she’ll go to her room and come back without her coat.(Required)
13. My child gets stressed out when talking on the telephone — or even thinking about it.(Required)

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