A scene of people with various disabilities gathered around a blue lake, enjoying their home, community, the out-of-doors, health, recreation, housing, transportation and education with an accessible path for them to a high mountain and large yellow sun on the horizon.  New Horizons Un-Limited Inc.


Disability Specific Resources: Central Auditory Processing Disorder

New Horizons Un-limited is not endorsing and assumes no responsibility in guaranteeing the products, services, programs or conditions as described. If you are interested in a resource listed below, call or contact the resource to verify the current situation. Evaluate the information, analyze your unique circumstances, use your best judgement and make your own decisions when using the information. Before making any change, consult your health care professional.
Select from the following quick links:

New Horizons Un-Limited Publications

Information: Central Auditory Processing Disorder
© Copyright New Horizons Un-Limited Inc.

This information guide is written by New Horizons Un-Limited. The guide provides information about this disability including Definition, Types, Causes, Characteristics, and Statistics. We envision a world with the inclusion and participation of individuals with disabilities in our communities, our workplaces and our lives so we also include information on Awareness, Viewpoint, Needs and Solutions, Therapy and Rehabilitation, On-line Discussion Forum, and where to go on the Internet to Learn More about this disability.

Back to Top

Links to Publications by Others

New Sign
American Speech-Language Hearing Association: Understanding Auditory Processing Disorders in Children

by Teri James Bellis, PhD, CCC-A. This article from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association offers information terminology, definition, diagnoses, treatment and how to find an audiologist in your area.

New Sign Organized Wisdom: Auditory Processing Disorder

This is a very organized article from Organized Wisdom offering information, causes, treatments, resources, research and much more on Auditory Processing Disorder.

Back to Top

For more on the topic of Central Auditory Processing Disorder

If you have questions or ideas, information and solutions that you would like to share with us, contact us by e-mail at: horizons@new-horizons.org or to use our NHU E-Mail Form or NHU Community Forum, click the links below.
Homepage icon Home  /  Disability News  /  NHU Quarterly Newsletter
Share Your Knowledge!  /  NHU Community Forum  /  Contact Us
About NHU  /  Announcements and Features  /  Contribute  /  What's New?  /  Site Plan

© Copyright 2008, 2009, 2015 New Horizons Un-Limited Inc.
[Originated October 31, 2008, Updated March 31, 2015]
NHU has no liability for content or goods on the Internet.