Auditory Processing Help

Multiple aspects to auditory processing exist but a key factor in many learning struggles today is sequential auditory processing.  This is the ability to hold a series of auditory pieces together in the same order for use in short and eventually long term memory. When individuals struggle with sequential auditory processing, challenges are often seen with their ability to:

  • Use Phonics

  • Act Age Appropriate

  • Following Directions

  • Stay on Task

  • Interpret What is Said     

  • Comprehend What is Read

  • Maintain Attention

  • Think Conceptually

  • Remember What is Studied

  • Converse Properly

Order your free test kit and learn how well each individual in your family can receive information, hold it in short term memory and then use it. Also included is how to improve this important skill.

Did you know that low auditory processing can directly affect your child's ability to read?

This is a mini-program with a mighty outcome. You might ask, “Can it really be that simple?” The problems your family is dealing with each and every day can be resolved using specific, targeted activities a few minutes each day.  You can watch struggles with: attention, following directions, understanding the big picture of life, phonics, reading and listening comprehension, immaturity and under-developed conversational abilities become a distant memory.

Expand your understanding of testing techniques, activities that improve short term memory and why auditory sequential processing is such a vital skill for success in school and in life through this downloadable 22 page book. 

Through short daily practice with Digit Span Cards for auditory and visual short term memory advancement, individuals become like radar picking up information from the environment that others don’t even notice.  This makes learning a breeze for life.

Improve the ability to hold information in your auditory short term memory in sequential order (sequential auditory processing) with this advanced level auditory game. Just two minutes twice a day of intense listening with conceptual words (words that don’t create a mental image) like: kindness, least, joy, later, peace or found increases ones’ ability to: think conceptually, write creatively, stay on task, comprehend complex reading material, understand multi-step word problems and more.

Learn more about processing and other aspects of NeuroDevelopment: 

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