January 11th, 2012 | Posted in Listening Skills, Speech and Language Development
When parents are concerned about their child’s listening-learning-language development they often contact me to evaluate their child or to schedule a consultation. When asked, ”What are you observing that concerns you about you child?” most often they will respond ,”she has difficulty following directions”. What is really happening when a child can’t follow more than a one- step direction? The difficulty may be with auditory sequential memory; difficulty holding onto the amount of information and keeping the steps in order. The consequences of this difficulty... ...Read more