When the Brain Can't Hear: Unraveling the Mystery of Auditory Processing Disorder
Millions of Americans have difficulty understanding spoken language.
They're not deaf, autistic, or slow. They have APD.
APD has been called the auditory equivalent of dyslexia, and its debilitatiting effects cross all ages, genders, and races. APD can cause children to fail in school and adults to suffer socially and in their careers, but until now, there has been little information available.
Written by Dr. Teri James Bellis, one of the world's foremost authorities on APD, this is the first book on the subject that is completely accessible to the public. Through helpful checklists and case studies, you'll finally discover the answers you need, as well as proven strategies for living with APD. Comprehensive and powerfully prescriptive, this book contains vital information for anyone who suffers from this serious disorder.
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One of our children was diagnosed with APD (Auditory Processing Disorder) In 2012. I read a good amount of this book. It was easy to read while being very informative. We then found out that our child ... Read full review
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Our ENT recommended that I read this when she thought that our son might have Auditory Processing Disorder. The book is helpful in giving you examples of others that suffer from the disorder and ... Read full review