We are so excited to launch the added service of Auditory Processing testing this month!
Hearing truly happens at the brain, and each individual’s brain is wired a little differently. Some individuals may process sound in a way that makes listening, focusing, or literacy development harder. This is most often described as having hearing in the normal range, but still struggling to hear, particularly in more difficult listening situations.
It is estimated that as much as a third of Attention Deficit diagnoses may actually be auditory processing differences.
Brains that work differently can be a tremendous advantage. Often those with auditory processing difficulties migrate toward visual arts fields, or one-on-one work environments. Where we are able to help coach those auditory connections to work more efficiently through auditory training, we can make life easier, and listening less effortful.