An Overview of Auditory Processing Disorder Subtypes and Practical Therapy Tips

October 15th; 10:00 am EDT (90 minutes)
October 16th; 7:00 pm EDT (90 minutes)
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This course is offered for 1.0 ASHA CEU's

Registration Fee: $47


An Auditory Processing Disorder can present itself in a few ways. Whether it is a student's primary diagnosis or part of an individual’s more global problem, it is important to understand how various subtypes of APD adversely affect learning and daily living skills. This knowledge and understanding influences our treatment techniques and environmental modifications. It is also important to understand the role of attention and memory, to help us understand how APD can coexist with other disorders and learning disabilities.

About the Presenter: Lynn Carahaly, M.A., CCC-SLP

Lynn Carahaly, M.A., CCC-SLP is the owner and director of Foundations Developmental House, LLC located in Gilbert, Arizona. Lynn received her Bachelor's and Master's degree from The Ohio State University. Lynn is a member of the American Speech and Hearing Association, the National Coalition on Auditory Processing Disorders, and the Learning Disabilities Association of America.

Her area of expertise is with the treatment of Apraxia of Speech, Auditory Processing Disorders, related disorders and learning disabilities. Lynn Carahaly is a published researcher and has authored several articles on the topic of Auditory Processing Disorders and Speech and Language Disorders. She is also the developer of The Speech-EZ® Apraxia Program.

Foundations Developmental House has an educational and research affiliation with several state universities through their Speech and Hearing Departments and provides clinical supervision and practicum support for Master's level and CFY clinicians.

She is very passionate about the environment and is dedicated to providing a healthy space for children to grow and learn. Lynn is a mother of two beautiful children. She enjoys cooking, traveling, as well as health and fitness.