Talk to the folks who made the diagnosis of CAPD. Typically, this is an audiologist or a team made up of an audiologist and a speech and language pathologist. Ask them for a list of suggestions of things you can do at home and that the teacher can do in school.
In general, you need to help your daughter learn how to pay focused attention to the important aspects of her auditory environment.
- Listening to bird songs on a record and then going out on an early morning birding trip can be an effective way to train a child to listen better.
- Trying to decipher the words in a song on the radio, and then going out and buying the lyrics and singing them can be very helpful.
- Playing fun games such as "telephone" on car trips can work too, especially if the other kids are nice when your daughter makes mistakes.
- Being able to identify different objects dropped into a coffee can (by the sounds they make) can help develop auditory perceptual skills in a fun way, too.