The Auditory Memory areas of our brains allow children to notice and remember what they hear. If there is a problem with these areas they willl forget what they are told to do, struggle to learn new vocabulary, and/or find it hard to put their thoughts into words. Difficulties with auditory memory will affect a child's ability to read, write, spell, learn new vocabulary and do maths and science.
Does your child have difficulty:
How the Arrowsmith Program helps children with auditory processing issues:
Doing these exercises will enable your child to:
If Auditory Memory is a problem for your child or a child you know,
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