This week's tip of the week has tips for children and adults with PWS who also have auditory processing disorder.
Auditory Processing Disorder: What You’re Seeing in Your Middle-Schooler
In middle school, academic demands intensify, and many kids with auditory processing disorder (APD) may struggle. Here are some warning signs of APD.
What are Auditory Processing Disorders?
According to the Child Mind Institute, auditory processing disorders (APD), also known as central auditory processing disorders (CAPD), impede a person’s ability to manage information that they hea…
What Central Auditory Processing Disorders Are All About
What Is Auditory Processing Disorder (APD)? Auditory Processing Disorder (APD), also known as Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD) is the reduced...
What is Auditory Processing?
auditory processing, phonological processing, meaning to sound, listening skills, speech errors, processing time, auditory perception, instructions, noise
What’s the Difference Between Auditory Processing Disorder and Being Hard of Hearing?
Auditory processing disorder is not the same as being hard of hearing. Find out the difference between hearing impairment and APD.
AUDITORY PROCESSING: The Secret Behind Why Your Child may not Follow Instructions
Is it a hearing problem if your child says "huh" or "what" a lot? Trouble with auditory processing could be why they aren't following instructions at school
Dear Teacher: Heartfelt Advice for Teachers from Students
Kids with a formal diagnosis, such as autism, Asperger's, ADHD, learning disabilities, Sensory Processing Disorder, and Central Auditory Processing Disorder ...
This Is What It's Like To Be A Man With An Eating Disorder
An estimated 24 million people in the U.S. have eating disorders, and they aren’t all women and girls.
Top 10 Myths in Concrete Construction
Get a candid look at ten popular, but mistaken ideas that still exist in concrete construction. Using examples, interviews, and demonstrations, this revealin...
Seasonal Affective Disorder: What You Need to Know
If your mood is darkening with the skies, this is what you need to know.
Why Is It So Hard to Treat Eating Disorders?
Anorexia alone kills more people than any other mental illness does.
How A Sleep Disorder Might Point To A Forgotten Future
Acting out dreams in your sleep may put you at risk for developing dementia later in life, researchers say. The behavior appears to portend Lewy body dementia, the second-most common form of dementia among older people.
How Life (and Death) Spring From Disorder
As simple systems show signs of life, scientists are arguing about whether this apparent complexity is all a consequence of thermodynamics.
These Photos Nail What It Feels Like To Have An Anxiety Disorder
It can be difficult to verbalize what it's like to experience mental illness, so photographer Katie Crawford decided to show people instead of tell them....
How pro-anorexia websites affect the psychology of eating disorders
It can be impossible to distinguish between sites that are refuges from the ravages of anorexia and those that are bastions of recruitment for it.
How running can help with Anxiety Disorders such as OCD & Panic
Anxiety disorder is not a case that cannot be treated. It can be minimized until finally controlled that the person who experiences it can actually stop the debilitating effects from happening. The great news is that help for treating anxiety disorder these days is more frequent than ever
6 Autism Myths Busted
Autism spectrum disorders are surrounded by a lot of misinformation. Get the facts on these six common autism myths.
5 Ways to Encourage Auditory Processing and Listening Skills
Are you constantly repeating yourself? Is no one listening? Or do you have a child who is startled by noise? Auditory processing or listening skills involve more than just hearing. It is a sensory process that uses the mechanics of hearing while integrating sound. Ever heard the expression “music to my ears?” Well, even music... View Article
Why You Can’t Tell If Someone Has An Eating Disorder Just By Looking At Them
As Ellen Pompeo shuts down rumors that she's had an eating disorder, an expert explains why the way we talk about these diseases can be harmful.