Auditory Processing Disorder Evaluation
Auditory processing disorder occurs when the brain has trouble processing hearing information. The auditory pathways to the brain are not fully developed and can result in poor language skills, trouble listening in background noise, and difficulty understanding speech.
Auditory processing disorder testing identifies specific areas of weakness within the brain with linguistic and non-linguistic stimuli. First, the doctor will evaluate your hearing. Auditory processing testing is then performed using the latest technology from Acoustic Pioneer, Auditory Processing & Hearing Screening | Acoustic Pioneer, to help distinguish areas of weakness within the brain.
The doctor will use this information to counsel over your results and provide detailed recommendations tailored to your daily listening environments.