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EP# 71 - Unlocking the Mystery of Auditory Processing Disorders with Dr. Cohen's Innovative Therapy Approach

February 05, 20241 min read

Ever wondered why noisy environments make it so hard for some individuals to follow a conversation or why your child struggles to read despite normal hearing? Dr. Cohen from ListenHEAR Audiology joins us on the Good Neighbor podcast to unravel the complexities of auditory processing disorders (APD), a condition that's not about hearing loss but rather about how the brain processes sounds. Through her engaging discussion, you'll learn to spot the signs of APD and understand the profound impact it can have on both children and adults, academically, emotionally, and socially.

In her passionate and informative talk, Dr. Cohen highlights the groundbreaking work being done at ListenHEAR Audiology, where they take a therapy-first approach to managing APD. Say goodbye to the assumption that hearing aids are the only solution, and hello to a 14-week tailored therapy program that has proven to yield significant improvements for those living with APD. This episode isn't just an eye-opener – it's an ear-opener to the fascinating auditory world and the advancements in treatment that are changing lives without the dependence on devices.

Dr. Rachel Cohen
9250 Corkscrew Rd. Suite 12
Estero, FL 33928
(239) 273-2942


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Executive Producer, Good Neighbor Podcast Estero

Publisher: East Estero Living


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