Thursday, August 25, 2016

What is Temporal Processing?

An essential skill in Auditory Processing is Temporal Processing – the rate at which we can process auditory information. A person must be able to process auditory information at a rapid pace in order to develop appropriate listening and language skills. Audiologists have recognized this in people with sensori-neural hearing loss for a long time, [...]

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What is Sound Therapy?

Specially produced music is one aspect of Therapeutic Listening that can assist children and adults with communication difficulties.  SAMONAS Sound Therapy and The Listening Program (TLP) are two such music-listening programs. These programs offer music, voice and nature sounds that have been specially filtered to enhance the sounds that are most effective in stimulating the brain’s [...]

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What is Dyslexia?

Dyslexia causes difficulties in learning to read, write and spell. Short-term memory, mathematics, concentration, personal organisation and sequencing may also be affected. We have found that the Fast ForWord program can effectively help children to……. Dyslexia usually arises from a weakness in the processing of language-based information. Biological in origin, it tends to run in [...]

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