Communicate Speech Therapists Suffolk

Spot the Difference: Recognising the Difference between Memory and Auditory Processing

How do you identify whether the child in your classroom is not processing or is not remembering? Is this not the same thing?

Auditory processing refers to how the central nervous system takes in auditory information. A child with auditory processing difficulties is able to hear sounds, but the brain interprets the sounds atypically.

With auditory memory, the difficulty occurs, not with processing the information, but rather holding onto it to manipulate and understand.

This twilight session looks further into the characteristics and impacts that these two difficulties can have on understanding both within the classroom and during conversation, and how this affects every aspect of learning.

Learners will have the opportunity to identify strategies for support within the classroom and on a 1:1 basis through a practical workshop.

 

Date Wednesday 14th March 2018
Time 3.45pm - 5.45pm
Fee £30
Suitability KS 1-4
Booking Deadline Two weeks prior to the course
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