Specific Language Impairment: Auditory Processing
Sometimes an audiologist will diagnose an auditory processing disorder (APD) in a child who has normal hearing. Professor Dorothy Bishop discusses what is meant by APD and why it is a controversial diagnosis for children with language impairments. Slides to accompany this talk can be found here: http://tinyurl.com/8gwpqy9 and a reference list here: http://tinyurl.com/8d2xtej For more films on SLI go to www.youtube.com/rallicampaign


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