How to help your child with auditory processing disorder #APD
Assistive Technology for Auditory Processing Disorder
Kids with auditory processing disorder (APD) can struggle to recognize subtle differences in the sounds of words. This can create challenges, like mishearing directions in class or being easily distracted by background noise. But assistive technology (AT) can be a big help.
Auditory processing disorder is not a condition that affects the ability to hear. Instead, it affects the brain's ability to process what has been heard. Kids with APD often appear to be forgetful or even confused, among other symptoms.
In this landmark book, Dr. Teri James Bellis, one of the world's leading authorities on auditory processing disorder (APD), explains the nature of this...
In recent years, researchers have made huge strides toward understanding auditory processing disorder (APD). More and more children are being diagnosed with APD and successfully treated. Yet many misconceptions about APD persist. Here are five common myths—and the truth about each.