I was on the phone with the nueropsych this afternoon because I had questions about whether or not my health insurance will cover the academic testing that I have set up for easy child (he seems to think that they won't and that I will wind up paying out of pocket for it. I'll deal with that when I come to it.) Anyway, he was asking what the problems were and what I was seeking testing for, and I was explaining the problems that easy child has been having in school and I told him that I wanted to do auditory processing testing, but was advised by the audiologist to do the neuropsychologist testing first. The neuro said that if easy child has no hearing or speech problems then auditory processing testing is probably not necessary. I thought that whether or not easy child could hear was different than whether or not he could process what he was hearing. Anyone know anything more?