Auditory Processing


Energy through our Ears: Why High and Low Frequencies Affect Behavior, Emotions, Speech and Language Auditory Processing

Energy through our Ears: Why High and Low Frequencies Affect Behavior, Emotions, Speech and Language This article provides helpful information about the energy in our ears and how it affects our child’s learning development. Affiliate links are included for your convenience. In every locker room in the world, no matter the sport, music is always blaring before a big game. This pumps up the athletes...

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Auditory Learning: 5 Steps of Hearing vs. Listening in the Classroom Auditory Processing

Auditory Learning: 5 Steps of Hearing vs. Listening in the Classroom This article provides helpful information for auditory learning in the classroom. Affiliate links are included for your convenience. As an English teacher, I have been through state mandated testing for a few years now. Each year when my student’s tests scores come back, the section they usually perform the lowest in is listening skills....

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Vestibule Disfunction: Why Poor Hearing Development Affects Your Child’s Vestibular, Balance, Speech and Language Auditory Processing

Vestibule Disfunction: Why Poor Hearing Development Affects Your Child’s Vestibular, Balance, Speech and Language This article provides helpful information about how your child’s vestibule cochlea could affect your child’s hearing, processing and auditory system for higher learning. Affiliate links are included for your convenience. Hearing is like a complicated game of telephone and when every part of the ear is not in sync, problems arise...

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Auditory Learning: How Do We Hear? Auditory Processing

Auditory Learning: How Do We Hear? This article is the first in our auditory series. We will discuss how auditory processing and auditory learning is essential for academic achievement. Affiliate links are included for your convenience. Every time you put on your headphones to go for a run, go to the symphony or simply listen to your kids playing outside, your body and your brain...

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Auditory Deficiencies: 12 Auditory Processing Deficiencies to Recognize in Your Child Auditory Processing

Auditory Deficiencies: 12 Auditory Processing Deficiencies to Recognize in Your Child This article provides helpful information about auditory deficiencies and how to recognize them in your child. If you find yourself constantly repeating directions and instructions for your child, you may think they have a hearing issue. However, what they may experience is a breakdown in their auditory system or auditory deficiencies that affect approximately...

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Auditory Processing: How to Recognize an Auditory Processing Disorder in my Child Auditory Processing

Auditory Processing: How to Recognize an Auditory Processing Disorder in my Child This post contains information regarding Auditory Processing Disorders and what to watch for in your child. Many parents and educators have a hard time recognizing the signs and symptoms of an Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) in their child or students. Oftentimes parents or teachers think it is a hearing problem because they constantly need to...

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Development and Learning Risks that may come from Child Ear Infections Auditory Processing

Development and Learning Risks from Chronic Ear Infections I think it’s safe to assume that if you have a kid, you’ve dealt with an ear infection at least once or twice. They’re by no means fun, but they are a relatively minor incident on the scale of ailments. Ten days of antibiotics and you’re good to go. Actually, 81% of infections can clear up without...

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Auditory Processing: Understanding your child’s hearing Auditory Processing

Auditory Processing: Understanding your child’s hearing I think just about every parent has spoken some version of the phrase, “Are you even listening to me?” to their child. It’s flat out frustrating to think that they’re ignoring us. Is it nonchalance? Is it defiance? Do they have a legit hearing problem? And they’re usually quick to disprove your hearing loss theory when they overhear you...

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