Deficit Specific Auditory Processing Therapy

by | Aug 18, 2020

Auditory Processing Center individualizes auditory training sessions to treat each child’s profile. Treatment goals are customized to improve auditory processing for each deficit area. This may include a combination of internet-based programs in addition to therapy sessions with our audiologist, depending on each child’s specific needs.  APD therapy sessions are typically once or twice a week either in-clinic or virtually by teletherapy. Parents are also given activities to work on at home. Goals may include a combination of activities such as:

  • Auditory Discrimination
  • Phonemic Awareness
  • Auditory Memory / Auditory Sequencing
  • Auditory / Language Organization
  • Auditory Closure
  • Auditory Vigilance
  • Dichotic Listening
  • Inter-hemispheric Transfer of Information
  • Localization / Spatial Hearing
  • Speech-in-Noise / Auditory Figure-Ground
  • Noise Desensitization
  • Temporal Patterning
  • Prosody Training
  • Auditory Comprehension
  • Auditory Cohesion / Higher-Level Language Processing
  • Buffalo Model APD Therapy
  • Multi-sensory Phoneme Training using Right Brain Strategies
  • Auditory Processing Center’s Phoneme Training Curriculum