Thursday, July 28, 2016

Auditory Perceptual Disorders (CAPD).

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When our ears hear, sounds into the ear in and sent to the brain that receives information auditory (hearing) and translate it. However, if one is deaf ear part that sends the sound to the brain does not work.

However, someone who disrupted processing auditory or CAPD brain unable to translate information auditory received from ear very well. This is because the center of auditory in brain disturbances to process and use the information heard through the ears.

Unfortunately, those experiencing CAPD often mistaken as deaf, but individuals with CAPD can hear sounds, but their brains failed to translate the sound information and produce messages confusing.

The study of specialist psychoacoustic, Vivian Iliadou published in 2009 found that about 43 per cent of children experiencing learning difficulties trouble CAPD, while 25 percent longer suffer from dyslexia and CAPD.

The applicable percentage shows an immediate action needs to be done to increase understanding of CAPD and treatment options. CAPD also known as disorders of perception auditory (hearing) and disorders of the auditory centre.

Someone with CAPD can usually hear well but difficult to process the information hear or understand what the purpose of the sound.

This process involves the possibility of the ability to hear in a noisy, the ability to combine sounds heard from the left ear and right ear, the ability to pronounce the words or figures are heard and the ability to isolate or distinguish a variety of sounds the same.

CAPD in children can occur due to a defect at birth (congenital) or other causes (acquired), but for most children CAPD unknown cause. However, for some children it might occur due to part of the brain slow mature, experienced a certain syndrome and a head injury.

Adults can also experience the CAPD and usually causes neurological disorders as a result of stroke or tumor, aging or diseases such as multiple sclerosis and head injury or other injury.

Those who suffer from disorders of the auditory will show some symptoms such as not being able to focus and have difficulty understanding conversations in noisy environment, weak skills in academic areas including reading, spelling and trouble speaking.

CAPD people also have difficulty understanding sequence sound linguistic matching i.e for example two different words but have sound similar and frequently asking others to repeat the speech because it was unable to capture the details of two-way communication.

Special test will be conducted by an expert of Audiology to diagnose someone with this disorder auditory. Usually they will pass a test of basic hearing because the relevant test is designed to be the lowest sound up to hear normally.

Disorders of auditory illusions can be present at all with the problem of hearing loss. Therefore, it must be addressed a group of multidisciplinary professionals including specialist Audiology specialist, speech and language pathology, doctor, psychologist and teacher.

The group of experts will work together to evaluate and treat various problems relating CAPD. In fact, various approaches recommended as medical treatment, whether medication or surgery, using a hearing aid device such as system frequency modulation (FM), training of hearing and modify acoustic class.

Parents, teachers to children with CAPD or guardian to CAPD adults can use several communication strategies to connect with individual CAPD.

They can start to catch the attention of individual CAPD first before talking, speaking with slowly while sounding words with clear, informative little by little and repeat speech with more simple if still not understood.

Do not talk at length to individual CAPD and if possible use visual clues so that messages communicated more understandable. Individual points of view and maintain eye contact CAPD before talking to see if they are ready. | myTontolou
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