Living and Growing with Auditory Processing Disorder
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Living and Growing with Auditory Processing Disorder

Identifying, treating and living with Auditory Processing Disorder. A practical guide for parents and teachers.
4.4 (14 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
311 students enrolled
Created by Devon Barnes
Last updated 12/2013
English
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Includes:
  • 40 mins on-demand video
  • 2 Articles
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Gain a solid understanding of auditory processing disorder.
  • Learn ways to identify and treat it at home and at school.
  • Learn about specific remediation techniques.
  • Learn how the Fast ForWord programs can help.
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Requirements
  • No specific requirements are needed. Just a desire to learn.
Description

Do you have child or student that suffers from Auditory Processing Disorder? Do you struggle with it yourself? This course can help.

In this course you will learn,

  • how to define auditory processing disorder
  • how to identify symptoms at home
  • how to treat symptoms at home
  • how to identify symptoms at school
  • how to treat symptoms at school
  • options for specific remediation
  • how the Fast ForWord program can help

The course is a series of highly informative interviews with speech language pathologist, Devon Barnes. She brings over 40 years of experience in helping people who struggle with auditory processing disorder to successfully navigate life. The interviews are conducted in a friendly and informative manner with just enough science so that you can gain a solid understanding of the problem, but loads of practical insights explained in plain English that can help straight away.

If you are a parent, teacher, or even struggling with auditory processing disorder as an adult yourself, then this course will equip you to start improving your life.

See you in the course.

Who is the target audience?
  • Parents and teachers of children with auditory processing disorder.
  • Adults living with auditory processing disorder.
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Curriculum For This Course
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Auditory Processing Disorder at Home
2 Lectures 11:28

Treating symptoms at home
05:45
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Auditory Processing Disorder at School
2 Lectures 14:09
Identifying symptoms at school
08:05

Treating symptoms at school
06:04
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Specific Remediation
2 Lectures 11:40
Options for specific remediation
08:10

How the Fast ForWord programs can help
03:30
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About the Instructor
Devon Barnes
4.4 Average rating
14 Reviews
311 Students
1 Course

Devon Barnes is the Clinical Director of the Lindfield Speech Pathology & Learning Centre which she established in Sydney, Australia in 1990. She is also Clinical Director of LearnFast Australia, distributor of neuroscience based learning technology programs.

Devon is a Speech Language Pathologist who has over 40 years experience.

She has worked with children and adults with speech, language, literacy and learning problems for over 40 years.

In her clinical practice Devon leads a team of speech pathologists and other professionals including child psychologists, occupation therapists, and paediatricians. She has extensive experience working with children and adults with various language based learning difficulties including dyslexia, auditory processing disorder and autism spectrum disorders.

Devon regularly attends conferences in Australia and overseas, seeking out the latest research and treatment strategies, and is a frequently invited speaker at Australian and international conferences, including:

·Navitas Big Day In – Sydney 2012

·STARTTS Clinical Master Class – Sydney 2011

·Dyslexia Association of Sarawak Inaugural Conference - Borneo 2010

·Rewiring the Brain for Academic Gain Conferences – Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra

·SPELD Conferences – Frequent speaker

·Australian Brain – Based Learning Conferences - Sydney & Melbourne 2006

·Australian Speech Pathology Conference - Perth 2006

·First Asian Brain Based Learning Conference – Singapore 2005

·The International Dyslexia Society Conference – Chicago 1999

Devon presents regularly at various local education seminars, including NSW Regional Professional Development Days conducted by SPELD (Specific Learning Difficulties Association of NSW).

She is called on by television and radio as an expert commentator on learning and reading issues. For example, the Today Show on Channel 9, Sydney and radio.

Devon is the author of iBooks about auditory processing disorder, dyslexia and phonics. She has many videos about learning and reading topics on the LearnFast Education You Tube channel. Her intention with these iBooks and videos is to make her knowledge available to as many people as possible.

Before she established her clinical practice, Devon worked in the public and private sectors with adults and children as both a speech pathologist and an audiologist. She has worked in hospitals, schools and community health centres where her focus was managing children with learning and associated emotional difficulties.

Her work includes special schools where she treated children with hearing impairment, developmental delays, and language and learning difficulties. In the hospital environment she treated adults with neurological impairment resulting from head injuries and strokes.

Devon has received awards for her work including a nomination for Australian of the Year in 2009.