General education teachers have a variety of students with both strengths and weaknesses in their classroom every year. Auditory Processing Disorder occurs on its own or in conjunction other disabilities.
This is a short presentation of what Auditory Processing Disorder is and may look like in the classroom It can be used for a teacher themselves to understand in a quick, simple way or may be used by Special Education and Section 504 teachers/coordinators when training staff and faculty about various disabilities commonly found in the school setting.
This Auditory Processing Disorder Power Point presentation is one of many in a series. There will be additional handouts that may assist teachers as well.
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