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Aural Rehab SLP401

Auditory Processing What we do with what we hear (Jack Katz); processing efficiency/effectiveness. -Listening (invisible activity), receiving, symbolizing, comprehending, interpreting, storing, and recalling auditory information
APD characteristics Majority of the school day: child is required to listen to the teacher, understand what is said, remember it, and respond to it. Child may seem off task. Restless, forgetful, or impatient
APD Problems Monaural discrimination, Understanding binaural acoustic information,
Monaural discrimination Ability to perceive degraded words or words in competition (when both are presented to one ear), Temporal aspects of hearing or pattern recognition.
Binaural acoustic processing Signal in one ear and noise in the other or dichotic information (different info in each ear)
Temporal aspects of hearing or pattern recognition The ability to rapidly and accurately sequence auditory information
S.I.F.T.E.R. Screening Instrument for Targeting Educational Risk Cutoff levels used for referral purposes. Content areas include: -Academics -Attention -Communication -Participation -Behavior
Audiological Testing Completed Determine areas of auditory processing affected. Buffalo Model (30 – 45 minutes): Phonemic Synthesis; Staggered Spondaic Word (SSW); Speech in Noise
SSW First devised to test auditory function in individuals with brain lesions Turned out to be sensitive to various components of auditory processing Provides test indicators for each of the 4 CAP categories
Phonemic Synthesis Discrimination of individual speech sounds Degree to which they are remembered How sounds are synthesized into words Breaks words down into phonemes that are presented one at a time
Speech in Noise Analyze a person’s ability to correctly repeat back words that are presented at +5 dB SNR in each ear This score is compared to how that individual scored in quiet Indicator of Tolerance Fading Memory
Models of (C)APD 1.Buffalo Model 2.Bellis / Ferre Model 3.Spoken-Language Processing Model
Buffalo Model (Jack Katz, Nancy Stecker, and Gay Masters) -Decoding -Tolerance Fading Memory -Integration -Organization
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