central auditory processing CAPD

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central auditory processing CAPD
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  1. WHAT IS AUDITORY PROCESSING
    it is what we do with what we hear, what does brain do with the sound that is coming in
  2. what are the central auditory processes
    • localization/lateralization
    • auditory performance with competing acoustic signals
    • auditory performance with degraded signals
    • auditory discrimination (ram v ran)
    • auditory pattern recognition (soft, soft, loud or high high low)
    • temporal ability, prosodics of speech, (dime v time, and are you a light house keeper or ar you a lighthouse keeper) prags
  3. what are the signs of CAPD
    • may act as if has hearing loss
    • may have difficulty following multi-step directions
    • may have poor reading and spelling skills
    • history of middle ear dysfunction
    • poor musical ability
    • freq forget what is told to them
    • difficulty hearing a noise
  4. possible causes of CAPD
    • may be related to frequent middle ear infections
    • related to genetics
    • related to deprivation (oxygen etc)
    • related to neuro-maturational delays
    • head trauma
  5. tests performed for CAPD
    • full audiologic eval
    • speech in noise
    • dichotic listening tasks-stim in both ears simultaneously with the info presented to one ear being different from that presented in the other
    • temporal test
    • auditory attention test
    • binaural integration-ability to repeat everything that is heard
  6. types of CAPD
    • aud decoding-difficulty filling in missing pieces have the dime v have you got a dime
    • integration-difficulty connecting the linguistic content with the prosodic intent (tone of voice)
    • temporal/prosodic-difficulty understanding the intent rather that the content
    • auditory closure- the ability to fill in missing or distorted portions of auditory signal to understand the whole message
  7. suggested strategies for CAPD
    • depends on the CAPD
    • preferential seating
    • in classroom accommodations
    • assistive listening devices
    • games
    • computer programs
    • tasks or strategies that parents can do at home
  8. what is the protocol for referrals
    • age-seven or older
    • normal hearing
    • psychological eval
    • cognition (avg)
    • speech/lang evals
    • behavior, attention and motivation
  9. what do you do when the child meets the psychological criteria
    • medical history
    • screening tools
    • trial strategies SST
    • refer for CAP informal assessment (SLP)
    • then refer for a eval

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