Auditory Processing: Can Learning to LISTEN Be Remedied?

Auditory processing refers to the way by which sound is received by the ear and then processed in the brain. It is an incredibly complex process that stimulates a wide connection of neural networks—more than one might initially think. In fact, the brain has to receive and make sense of this sensory stimulus in a matter of micro-seconds.

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The Connection Between Listening and Development in Young Children

The connection between listening and a child’s development is well documented. For example, babies are born with an amazingly advanced ability to listen and absorb sound. Their brains are equipped with a rich system to acquire language and begin to interpret the world around them. In fact, their ability to listen begins in utero. Hearing [...]

By |2019-10-01T11:53:22+00:00October 1st, 2019|Auditory Processing Disorder|0 Comments

Sensory Processing Disorder: How the Tomatis Method May Work Together with Accepted Therapy Options

Suffering from sensory processing disorder can be a very frightening experience, especially for a small child. Not only that, but research into the disorder is majorly lacking and diagnosis is controversial. However, the Tomatis Method has shown promising results. How can it be used in combination with other therapy?

What Is Auditory Processing Disorder? – How Sound Stimulation & the Tomatis Method Can Help

Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) can present a real challenge for children since it impedes their ability to recognize and make sense of sounds. Imagine, for example, this scenario: The mother of a seven-year-old son notices that although she tells him numerous times to pay attention to her directions, he does not seem to get them. [...]

By |2019-03-26T21:55:12+00:00November 7th, 2017|Auditory Processing Disorder|0 Comments