Achieve Hearing & Rehabilitation offers a complete CAPD (Central Auditory Processing Disorder) evaluation with an audiologist and a speech-language pathologist. Achieve offers comprehensive treatment for CAPD with speech-language pathologists who are knowledgeable about how CAPD affects learning and language. The speech-language pathologist will partner with you to develop a treatment plan to meet your child's specific needs.
Speech and language skills are developed most efficiently through hearing, which means it is not unusual to observe speech and language problems, as well as academic problems in children with CAPD.
If a child experiences difficulty in processing the brief and rapidly changing acoustics of spoken communication, they are likely to have problems recognizing the important intricacies of language.
Achieve offers comprehensive, individualized evaluations and treatment for CAPD. Achieve's speech-language pathologists are licensed and specifically trained about how CAPD affects learning and language.
Treatment of CAPD may involve a multidisciplinary approach. Other professionals that may be included in the treatment process: the child's teacher(s), reading specialist (RSP), psychologist, and neurologist.
Children with CAPD have normal hearing. Their processing problems will not be detected by traditional routine hearing exams. Specialized hearing tests and processing tests must be administered to diagnose a person with CAPD. Speech language pathologists and psychological tests can identify CAPD characteristics; however, an audiologist must complete the testing to diagnose CAPD.
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