Central Auditory Processing Assessment

Central Auditory Processing Disorders describe a hearing difficulty related to how the brain processes sound. An individual may have hearing in the normal range on a standard hearing test, but have difficulty processing sound. For example, understanding speech in a noisy environment, such as the classroom.
Central Auditory Processing assessments can performed with children from 6 years of age. If you suspect your child has trouble hearing in the classroom please feel free to contact us for further advice.