Accompanying Conditions (Central) Adutiory Processing Disorder  Books

Language Processing Problems: A Guide for Parents and Teachers

by Cindy Gaulin

A rich source of information for Speech Language Pathologists, Parents and Teachers! Very readable and worht purchasing. It contains many great suggestions that parents and teachers can implement at home and in the classroom.

Like Sound Through Water
by Edward Hallowell

Editorial Reveiw
The book, "Like Sound Through Water: A Mother's Journey Through Auditory Processing Disorder," by Karen Foli, allows readers to follow along on Karen's personal journey during her young son's life. You'll be there at her son's birth; read about the problems Ben has at school; and read about the numerous testing and therapy sessions. Through all of this, Karen has had her share of doubt and disappointments. She knew that Ben was different from other children -- that he wasn't developing as they were. His speech was delayed and he had trouble communicating. Despite negative test results by schools and misdiagnoses by doctors, Karen continued to look for answers. She finally found them from an audiologist, who discovered that Ben had an auditory processing disorder (APD). Ben had problems processing sounds. highly recommends this book...the author's words speak to the reader like a close friend. It'll bring you on an emotional, personal and triumphant journey of a mother's struggle to find answers about her son. You'll understand how powerful a mother's love and devotion is, and you'll also learn a great deal about auditory processing disorder.


When the Brain Can't Hear: Unraveling the Mystery of Auditory Processing Disorder
by Terri James Bellis

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