APD

auditory processing disorder teamChildren who utter “Huh?” “What?” or appear to tune out are often regarded as having behavioral issues when in fact, it could be auditory processing disorder (APD). It’s through a concentrated effort on the part of many therapies that APD can be treated. [continue reading…]

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Using Rhythm and Rhyme to Build Listening Skills

by VocoVision on February 9, 2018

nursery rhymesWe might think of rhythm and rhyme as a great way to get the body active and moving. Catchy words and a beat that creates a moving cadence can be hard to ignore. The body begins to move and before you know it, you’re swaying to the rhythm and chanting in unison with the words. [continue reading…]

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Recognizing Auditory Processing Disorder

by VocoVision on January 12, 2018

auditory processing disorderLanguage is both receptive and expressive. Receptive language pertains to how well we comprehend language. A child with auditory processing disorder (APD) or central auditory processing disorder will have difficulty recognizing small differences in words and causes a difficulty processing what is being said to them. [continue reading…]

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