Science does not understand exactly how auditory processing learning disabilities affect the body. They do know the condition causes the brain to interpret sounds differently than it should. Neurochemistry or the study of the chemicals in the brain suggests the problem may involve the neurotransmitters in the brain.
- Q What can help my child with an auditory processing disorder?
- Q Are there different kinds of auditory processing disorder?
- Q How can teachers help a child with auditory processing disorder?
- Q Do auditory processing learning disabilities affect adults differently?
- Q Can auditory processing disorder be prevented?
- Q Why do auditory processing kids get mistaken for having ADD/ADHD?