When the Brain Can't Hear Unraveling the Mystery of Auditory Processing Disorder

ISBN-10: 0743428641

ISBN-13: 9780743428644

Edition: 2002

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In the first book on the subject for lay readers, an esteemed Auditory Processing Disorder expert--and sufferer--gives people the tools they need to spot and fight it.
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List price: $17.00
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Atria Books
Publication date: 7/22/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 368
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.50" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 0.792
Language: English

Michael Dahl is a theater director, actor, and comedian in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He has written poems, plays, and books, including the Scooter Spies mysteries: The Wheels That Vanished and The Ghost That Barked. He is also the author of the Finnegan Zwake mystery series: The Horizontal Man, The Worm Tunnel, and The Ruby Raven. Dahl has a wide variety of unusual creatures in his household: Venus's-flytraps, fiddler crabs, African dwarf frogs, an elementary schoolteacher, and an Australian red-heeler named Gus. But so far, no howling beasts! Michael Dahl loves to hear from his fans, and you can e-mail him at finnswake@aol.com.

Preface Walking a Mile in Their Shoes
The Many Faces of APD Clay
Severe APD in a Preschooler Larry
Mild APD in an Adult Jason
Right-Hemisphere Disorder and APD Evelyn
APD in the Elderly If a Tree Falls in the Forest
Debating the Existence of APD
Learning, Language, and Auditory Processing A Is for Apple
Auditory Processing and Spelling See Spot Run
Auditory Processing and Reading There's a Bathroom on the Right
Auditory Processing and Receptive Language The Rain in Spain
Auditory Processing and Speech Production
How Long Is the Diving Board?
Auditory Processingand Problem-Solving Make New Friends
Auditory Processing andSocialization
APD in Children Shake, Rattle, and Roll
APD in Infants and Toddlers Building Blocks
APD and the Preschool Child Show-and-Tell
APD in Elementary School Prom Night
APD in Middle and High School Rush Week
APD at College
APD in Adults He Never Listens Anymore
APD in Middle-Aged Men I Just Can't Say Anything Right
APD in Postmenopausal Women Everybody's Mumbling at Me
APD in the Elderly
Diagnosing APD Why You Need to Be Tested for APD
Here's What You Need to Do The Diagnostic Journey
Here's What Will Happen Tools of the Trade
Diagnostic Tests for APD The Language, Learning, and Communication
Puzzle Assessing the Whole Person Disassembly Required
Analyzing Areas of Weakness Integrating
Test Results Different Types of APD When a Listening Problem Is Not APD
Treating APD The Grieving Process Basic Principles of APD
Management All the World's a Stage
Environmental Modifications at School Thinking outside the Box
Environmental Modifications at Work Where They Have to Take You In
Environmental Modifications at Home Training the Brain
Therapy Activities for APD
Living with APD Taking the Initiative
Becoming an Active Listener Operating on a Higher Plane
Metacognitive and Metalinguistic Strategies Put It in Writing
Memory Enhancement Techniques What I Want to Be When I Grow Up
Making Realistic Life Choices It Takes a Village
Resources for Children and Adults with
The Future of Apdglossary
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