Managing the condition

While there is no cure for APD, changes to learning styles can ease your child’s difficulties. Your Audiologist may also suggest some of the following options:

 Learning strategies in the classroom

 Compensatory strategies for daily life

 Assistive listening devices to assist in the classroom

 Listening exercises or computer software programs to improve the child’s auditory processing skills 

Further assessment and/or therapy with other professionals, where required. This may include a speech-language pathologist, educational psychologist, occupational therapist or paediatrician.

If you think your child has APD or is showing some symptoms of APD, call Neurosensory on 1300 965 513 to schedule an auditory processing assessment. Don’t let APD hinder your child’s growth and development. Seek assistance from our hearing experts today.