Jay R. Lucker is a Professor in the Dept. of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Howard University in Washington, DC. He is also a visiting professor in the Dept. of Special Education at George Washington University and the Dept. of Languages and Communication Disorders at the University of the District of Columbia. In addition, he serves on the Scientific Advisory Board for Advanced Brain Technologies.
He is recognized as one of the world’s leading authorities on auditory processing disorder, a widely recognized brain impairment in children and adults, that impacts their ability to understand what they hear.
An audiologist, speech language pathologist, and research scientist “Dr. J” who has been involved with research, clinical work, assessments, and treatments for people with APD since the mid-1970s. He is author of many articles published in professional journals, book chapters, and co-author of a book on APD titled Don’t You Get It? Living with Auditory Learning Disabilities.
Common signs of auditory processing disorder include:
In this episode Alex and Dr. J., long time colleagues and co-authors on several peer reviewed journal articles on auditory hypersensitivity and treatment explore auditory processing disorders; what happens when the brain doesn’t understand what it hears, and what to do about it. Listen and learn:
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