the field of audiology

At Little Listeners, one of our objectives is to act as a resource center and provide helpful information in the field of audiology for patients and their parents. While the web can be a good resource, it can be difficult to find articles that are easy to read and not overly technical.

With that in mind, below are several articles that have proven useful to our community, including discussions on hearing versus listening and how to recognize Auditory Processing Disorder (APD). Just click on the link to open and read and/or to download for future reference.

 

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Partners


  • Building Bridges Therapy (www.buildingbridgestherapy.com)

    Building Bridges Therapy offers speech, occupational, physical, and ABA therapy in individual and group settings. Our therapists are dedicated to improving the lives of children and teens with disabilities, as well as their families. Building Bridges Therapy was founded to provide the “Next Step” in therapy programs targeting life, social, and vocation skills in functional environments. We provide the opportunity for children of all ages to make life-changing strides, no matter where they are on the spectrum of development. All of our sessions are conducted by licensed and caring professionals, who are dedicated to providing the best services possible to your family.

  • Lindamood-Bell (www.lindamoodbell.com)

    Lindamood-Bell helps children and adults improve language processing by developing the underlying sensory-cognitive functions to support learning. Their research-validated programs provide solutions for reading, comprehension, and math difficulties and can also help individuals with learning difficulties, including APD, dyslexia, ADHD, and ASD. For nearly 30 years, Lindamood-Bell® instruction has consistently provided individuals with the tools they need to become confident, self-monitoring, independent learners.

  • Metro Music Makers (www.metromusicmakers.com)

    Little Listeners has partnered with Metro Music Makers, one of the premier private music education and music therapy providers operating in metro Atlanta. Allison Boyd, owner and President of Metro Music Makers, began teaching in-home piano lessons in Atlanta in 1998. What began as a part-time endeavor for one piano teacher has grown into a team of the top music educators and therapists that the Atlanta area has to offer. Their team of music educators, therapists and staff stand for respect, integrity, continual self-improvement, customer and student focus, and a long-term commitment to their students and music therapy clients. They celebrate accomplishments and provide tactful direction and guidance, where needed, to allow everyone to reach their full potential.

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