Is Auditory Processing the Cause of Your Child’s Struggles in School?

Auditory processing has a profound impact on learning, but it can mask as other difficulties such as attention problems, poor comprehension, trouble reading, or weak language or social skills. In this session you will get to experience what it feels like to have an auditory processing problem and learn how it could be at the root of your or your child’s learning or attention challenge. We’re going to talk about what can be done to change it and I’m going to give you 7 tips for working with your child with auditory challenges.

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More about Jill Stowell:

Jill Stowell

Jill graduated from California State University, Fullerton with a Masters degree in learning handicaps.  After several years as a public school special education teacher, she opened Stowell Learning Center because she knew there was more that could be done for smart but struggling students than schools were providing. 
Over the last 33 years she and her staff have helped over 5000 children and adults solve their learning problems.
Jill is the #1 bestselling author of the book At Wit’s End - A Parent’s Guide to Ending the Struggle, Tears, and Turmoil of Learning Disabilities.  She is the executive director of Stowell Learning Centers, Inc. in Chino and Irvine, CA and she conducts workshops to teach practitioners from around the world a complete system for correcting learning and attention challenges, including Dyslexia. 

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