What is Auditory Processing?

Auditory processing is the way a person hears sounds and has them move into the brain to be interpreted. Students need to have excellent auditory processing skills for listening, learning from sound, and reading.

Does your student have a problem with phonics in reading? Is there a problem with spelling words correctly while writing? Does your student miss oral instructions in the classroom? Does your child have difficulty remembering what you asked him or her to do?

These are possible indicators that your student may have an auditory processing issue or a disability. It is important to get a diagnosis and begin helping your student learn how to cope with this issue.

Get help now. Talk to the experts at Education Sage, Inc. to get your questions answered. You can make contact by phone at 310-720-0390 or through the website at educationsage.net.

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