Auditory processing, what does that really mean? Learn the key concepts, controversies, and approaches that make understanding auditory processing so important. Parents and teachers alike will be better informed and more able to understand, help, and teach children with auditory processing challenges.
Dr. Lydia Soifer is a language pathologist with over 40 years of experience in clinical and private practice, and university teaching. She was Director of The Soifer Center for Learning and Child Development, the first multidisciplinary private diagnostic and remedial setting for 25 years. She continues to provide educational consultation and advocacy services and is a frequent presenter at local and national conferences. She is Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics and a faculty member in the Early Intervention Training Institute (EITI) at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
Sponsored by Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities, SPED*NET Wilton, and Temple Sholom of Greenwich, CT