What is Auditory Processing?

What is Auditory Processing?

Put simply, Auditory Processing is “What we do with what we hear”. There are 3 steps required to understand language: Hearing – We have to be able to hear the sounds and words Listening – Actively paying attention to what is being said or heard...

June is Aphasia Awareness Month

What is Aphasia? Aphasia is a communication impairment that can affect all aspects of language, including understanding speech, speaking, reading, and writing. Aphasia is caused by a brain injury, typically due to stroke, acquired brain injury, or some other illness....
Myths about eating

Myths about eating

“Why is it is so difficult to get my child to eat? Surely eating is a basic skill.  I have been told not to worry, that he will eat when he is hungry.  Meal times are such a battle.”   Myth #1 = Eating is the Body’s number 1 priority Actually, breathing is...