For Clinicians

The Auditory Training Program (ATP) offers a clinical approach to addressing auditory deficits in clients.

ATP is a combination of three distinct auditory intervention techniques intended to provide a comprehensive approach to address auditory processing and receptive language skill development: 1. Dichotic auditory training, 2. Sound training based on orchestral music and 3. Speech, language and audio-vocal exercises. The techniques reflect current best practice in addressing auditory processing difficulties/disorder.

ATP practitioners are trained across all three domains and are provided with standardized assessment tools to identify specific auditory processing deficits.
These assessments enable the setting of customized training protocols and the ability to track progress and report outcomes to clients.

Information on becoming a Auditory Training Program Clinician is contained on the Training page Training dates are on the main page.

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