The Importance of Phonological Awareness

The Importance of Phonological Awareness

What is Phonological Awareness? It’s an awareness that words: contain beats or syllables (su- per- mar-ket) can rhyme (cat, hat, bat) can start with similar sounds (messy Matilda) are made by blending separate sounds together (f-i-sh makes fish) can be segmented into...
Visualising and Verbalising Program

Visualising and Verbalising Program

“If I can’t picture it I can’t understand it” Albert Einstein I’m having fun re-discovering this program with some of my clients who have auditory processing difficulties that affect their auditory memory and language/reading comprehension. We use two levels of...
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...