Do you ever feel like your child isn’t listening to you? They may be ignoring you.
However, kids with auditory sensory challenges can have a really hard time focusing in on sounds in busy or crowded places.
This interesting article touches on how our brain is able to focus in on one person’s voice even though we may be surrounded by a lot of noise and chattering people.
So try to imagine how your child might feel if they can’t pick out a voice out of the crowd.
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- How To Help Your Student With an Auditory Processing Disorder
- Auditory System: Sensory Processing Explained
To learn more about Auditory Processing Disorder:
When the Brain Can’t Hear: Unraveling the Mystery of Auditory Processing DisorderAuditory Processing Exercises: Exercises for Auditory Processing, Auditory Attention, Auditory Discrimination and Auditory MemoryAuditory Processing Disorder (APD): Identification, Diagnosis and Strategies for Parents and ProfessionalsTherapy for Auditory Processing Disorders: Simple Effective Procedures