In The Listening Child: What Can Go Wrong, author and audiologist Stephen V. Prescod, PhD, exposes the truth of auditory processing disorders, so that parents and educators alike can aid afflicted children in leading normal, healthy lives both inside and outside the classroom.
Published by Trafford Publishing, Bloomington, Ind, it is designed to provide parents and teachers with a clear understanding of what transpires when information reaches the child’s brain for processing, and how this information is managed. In The Listening Child: What Can Go Wrong, the facts of auditory processing disorders are written in a language that is easy to understand. It gives recommended suggestions, teaching strategies, and identification protocols for all to use in helping these children surpass their difficulties and live normal lives.
According to Trafford Publishing, Dr Prescod worked as audiologist-in-chief for the Canadian Ministry of Health, for the North Okanagon Health Unit in the province of British Columbia, before accepting a position with King Saud University, Riyadh, in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. There, he assisted in coordinating the undergraduate program in Speech and Hearing Sciences. Prescod is a certified member of the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASLHA), and the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario (CASLPO).