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A Brief Overview of Amblyaudia

The authors noted that Amblyaudia, a recent subcategory of auditory processing disorder, is characterized by asymme-trical auditory processing of an individual’s ears. Amblyaudia can result in speech comprehension difficulties, reading difficulties, information processing deficits, and inattention. These difficulties can be … Continue reading

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What the Speech-Language Pathologist needs to know about Auditory Processing Disorder

Because there is no evidence that auditory interventions provide any unique therapeutic benefit, clinicians should treat children who have been diagnosed with APD the same way they treat children who have been diagnosed with language and learning disabilities. The theoretical … Continue reading

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Auditory Processing Disorder and Auditory/Language Interventions: An Evidence-Based Systematic Review

The evidence base is too small and weak to provide clear guidanceto speech-language pathologists faced with treating childrenwith diagnosed APD, but some cautious skepticism is warranteduntil the record of evidence is more complete. Clinicians whodecide to use auditory interventions should … Continue reading

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