I'm new here (just joined minutes ago). Happened onto this website and it looks like a God-send! Our son has an Antisocial Personality Disorder (Auditory Processing Disorders (APD)) diagnosis and it sounds like many of you clearly relate. Looking for a place where I can give and receive support and ideas amid the chaos that is Auditory Processing Disorders (APD). Following years of criminal, educational, financial, drug, social, and medical issues, we are weary. Our son is currently 24 (we adopted him at age 6 through the foster system). He came with several diagnosis's. But the number of diagnosis's has multiplied like rabbits over the years. After this last round of jail, he is left with what appears a complete lack of empathy. Flat, barren affect. No attempt at manipulative charm, even. We have set sizable limits to stay safe and sane (he does not live here, we give him no cash or anything that can be pawned, house alarm enabled, we tend to meet only in public due to his explosive temper problems, and we usually keep our visits to 2 hours or less -- usually over a meal -- at least we can feed him). Questions: 1) Is my son older than most in this forum? 2) Has anyone in here experienced any lasting success in their child's treatment of Auditory Processing Disorders (APD)?