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Auditory Processing (AP) Questionnaire
Computer based learning has become an effective way for students to learn mainly because the computer can give a student thousands of opportunities to experience necessary information being taught.
Information provided on this Questionnaire will be used for the sole purpose of determining whether or not your child/student will benefit from using an on-line program to support his/her auditory development for better attention, listening, speaking, and/or reading.
▶ Instructions: Click “Yes” for the items you feel apply to your child/student, and click “No” for the items that don't apply, based on your observations.
In the test manual for the Auditory Processing Abilities Test, Ross-Swain and Long provide a list of characteristics which a person may demonstrate if they are experiencing difficulty with auditory perception/processing. These characteristics were compiled from the work of Fahey and Reid (2000), Language Development Differences and Disorders, and by Gillet (1993), Auditory Processes.