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This practical sourcebook is full of fun, low-cost games and activities that encourage sensorimotor development in young children, including those with autism, ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorder, and other learning challenges. Activities are clearly described and the book explains how each activity promotes the development of particular skills. It is appropriate for parents and professionals alike and offers non-technical explanations of how vision difficulties are screened for and advice on where to seek appropriate professional care.
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Toggle navigation Books. Lisa A. Sort By Pub. Showing of 5 items. Jessica Kingsley Publishers. Stay Informed. Recent News. Many audiologists, however, would dispute that APD is just an alternative label for dyslexia, SLI, or ADHD, noting that although it often co-occurs with these conditions, it can be found in isolation.
Based on sensitized measures of auditory dysfunction and on psychological assessment, patients can be subdivided into seven subcategories: . Different subgroups may represent different pathogenic and aetiological factors. Thus, subcategorization provides further understanding of the basis of Auditory Processing Disorder, and hence may guide the rehabilitative management of these patients.
Treatment of APD typically focuses on three primary areas: changing learning environment, developing higher-order skills to compensate for the disorder, and remediation of the auditory deficit itself. Most evidence for effectiveness adopts weaker standards of evidence, such as showing that performance improves after training. This does not control for possible influences of practice, maturation, or placebo effects.
Recent research has shown that practice with basic auditory processing tasks i. Treating additional issues related to APD can result in success. For example, treatment for phonological disorders difficulty in speech can result in success in terms of both the phonological disorder as well as APD. In one study, speech therapy improved auditory evoked potentials a measure of brain activity in the auditory portions of the brain. While there is evidence that language training is effective for improving APD, there is no current research supporting the following APD treatments:.
However, use of a FM transmitter has been shown to produce significant improvements over time with children. Samuel J. Kopetzky, who first described the condition in King, first discussed the aetiological factors behind it in His work sparked interest in auditory deficits after acquired brain lesions affecting the temporal lobes   and led to additional work looking at the physiological basis of auditory processing,  but it was not until the late seventies and early eighties that research began on APD in depth.
That conference started a new series of studies focusing on APD in children. These early researchers also invented many of the auditory training approaches, including interhemispheric transfer training and interaural intensity difference training. This period gave us a rough understanding of the causes and possible treatment options for APD. Much of the work in the late nineties and s has been looking to refining testing, developing more sophisticated treatment options, and looking for genetic risk factors for APD.
Scientists have worked on improving behavioral tests of auditory function, neuroimaging , electroacoustic , and electrophysiologic testing. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Auditory processing disorder Other names Central auditory processing disorder Specialty Audiology Auditory processing disorder and rarely known as King-Kopetzky syndrome or auditory disability with normal hearing ADN is an umbrella term for a variety of disorders that affect the way the brain processes auditory information. See also: Alternative therapies for developmental and learning disabilities.
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