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Supporting auditory processing difficulties in young children can help to promote accelerated learning, memory, social developmental skills and language.
Just one ear infection is enough to cause future auditory processing difficulties, which can impact a child’s ability to listen, learn and communicate. In order to become successful learners, they need to maintain concentrated attention over prolonged periods of time. This is referred to as vigilance. Performing attention-related tasks in real life involves the need to ignore a variety of distractions and inhibit attention shifts to irrelevant activities.
Here are some fun ideas for activities that parents can do with their young children, to help develop good auditory processing, attention skills and to become more aware of their environment. Not to mention these are fun social interactions that will surely be enjoyed by all:
“In my practice, I consider good auditory processing to be foundational in helping students achieve academic success. In my experience The Listening Program® always provides the best results and my students are more focused and happier at school and at home.” – Mary Kidson
Mary Kidson, Educational Therapist is the founder of Smart Processing in 2008 which provides programs that improve reading, learning, language and general life skills. Educated to degree level, trained with a London based speech and language therapist and with additional teacher based training in classroom literacy and language skills, Mary has gained full certification to provide The Listening Program, The Movement Program and others.
Tags attention, auditory processing, awareness, childdevelopment, communication, language, learning, listening
November 15, 2021 by Advanced Brain
For those with auditory sensitivities, it is possible to desensitize adverse reactions and reprogram the emotional memory system so that people can develop a healthy and positive…
October 29, 2021 by Advanced Brain
Healthcare providers recommend The Listening Program® (TLP) for children and adults with PANS/PANDAS, Lyme Disease, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Immune-Related Conditions, Developmental Delays, and ADHD.
October 19, 2021 by Advanced Brain
Our brains are wired to keep us safe. When a sensory need is unmet (too much or too little sensory input), the brain sends an “unsafe” signal,…