Your child may have an auditory processing problem when he or she has difficulty perceiving, decoding, remembering and retrieving information they hear. Children need these auditory skills to learn.
If a child with APD falls behind in the early years of their schooling, they tend to fall further behind in later grades unless their ability to process what they hear is improved. This is because a large part of the classroom teaching and instruction is spoken.
What is APD, does your child have it? Want to know how to identify and treat APD in the home and the classroom? Want to learn specific APD remediation techniques? Complete the form to download a FREE transcript of the Auditory Processing Disorder iBook - 'A Practical Guide for Parents and Teachers' by Devon Barnes.
Devon has over 40 years experience helping people with language and learning difficulties and is internationally regarded for her work with children who suffer from Auditory Processing Disorder.
"Finally, a no nonsense explanation of APD that joins all the dots! I now understand that APD has nothing to do with my son's hearing, but more about what his brain does with what he hears. I have shared this book with my son's teacher and she now has a better understanding of the difficulties that he faces. Thank you so much. Sharon, VIC.