Phonological Processing Checklist: Why is it important?

Phonological processing refers to the ability to distinguish and process sounds in spoken words. It is often confused with hearing acuity, but it’s separate to hearing in that the problem is not with the ear. Individuals with phonological processing difficulties often have average hearing, but can have trouble processing sound properties of words within the brain, and can take longer to do so. These skills are needed for the development …

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