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Diagnosing Spatial Processing Disorder (SPD) with LiSN-S: Part A

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Diagnosing Spatial Processing Disorder (SPD) with LiSN-S: Part A

By Dr. Helen Glyde.

Successful spatial processing enables us to understand speech in background noise. Spatial Processing Disorder, one type of (Central) Auditory Processing Disorder, occurs when spatial processing ability is compromised. Research has found SPD to be a significant cause of difficulty for some normally-hearing children when listening in noisy environments such as classrooms. The module provides background theory of spatial processing and Spatial Processing Disorder. You will learn how SPD is diagnosed using the Listening in Spatialized Noise sentences test – the LiSN-S.

Accreditation: AudA – Category 1.2, 1 point, AcAud - 1 CEP points


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Diagnosing Spatial Processing Disorder (SPD) with LiSN-S: Part A

By Dr. Helen Glyde.

Successful spatial processing enables us to understand speech in background noise. Spatial Processing Disorder, one type of (Central) Auditory Processing Disorder, occurs when spatial processing ability is compromised. Research has found SPD to be a significant cause of difficulty for some normally-hearing children when listening in noisy environments such as classrooms. The module provides background theory of spatial processing and Spatial Processing Disorder. You will learn how SPD is diagnosed using the Listening in Spatialized Noise sentences test – the LiSN-S.

Accreditation: AudA – Category 1.2, 1 point, AcAud - 1 CEP points

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Diagnosing Spatial Processing Disorder with LiSN-S: Part A

By Dr. Helen Glyde.

Successful spatial processing enables us to understand speech in background noise. Spatial Processing Disorder, one type of (Central) Auditory Processing Disorder, occurs when spatial processing ability is compromised. Research has found SPD to be a significant cause of difficulty for some normally-hearing children when listening in noisy environments such as classrooms. The module provides background theory of spatial processing and Spatial Processing Disorder. You will learn how SPD is diagnosed using the Listening in Spatialized Noise sentences test – the LiSN-S.

Accreditation: AudA – Category 1.2, 1 point, AcAud - 1 CEP points