Auditory Processing Disorders

Auditory processing disorders are characterized by difficulty in the ability to attend to, process, comprehend, retain, respond to, or integrate spoken language. Children with this disorder often have difficulty answering yes/no questions, "wh" questions (who, what, when, where) and may also experience difficulty with verbal expression.


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By Tracy Vail, MS, CCC-SLP, Autism Consultant and Heather Forbes, MA, CCC-SLP, BCBA There is currently a great deal of debate in the field of speech-language pathology about the kinds of words that should be taught first to nonverbal (or minimally verbal) individuals with communication impairments...

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My son, Josiah Jones, was assigned to Speech Therapist Laura Manning for about one year.  When he first met with her he had no instructional control and no communicative words.  Twice a week I watched Josiah open up to Laura...

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