Auditory Processing Disorders: An Overview of Working With Children With APD
Professional Development / Winter/Spring 2022 Professional Development -
Professional Development 2021 - 2022
W22-12005 AUDITORY PROCESSING DISORDERS: AN OVERVIEW OF
WORKING WITH CHILDREN WITH APD
Linda A. Cohen - firstname.lastname@example.org
3 Credits - Inservice - April 13 - June 15
What does it mean to have an Auditory Processing Disorder? It is estimated that 5-7% of children sitting in the classroom suffer with APD. That means there is the likelihood of having a student with APD in your current classroom. Learn about the characteristics of an Auditory Processing Disorder and how to work with children that struggle with this disorder. You will also learn about the challenges students with APD face in their reading skills and what you can do as a teacher to help them.