Recent Research on APD by Our Own Dr. Reeves

Research on Auditory Processing Disorder is still up and coming, but with how many people are being diagnosed, it is essential to know more. So of course, our very own Dr. Reeves took it upon herself to conduct a new research study. This study looked at the effectiveness of APD therapy in a quantitative aspect. […]

Recent Study: Remediation Programs for Children with Auditory Processing Disorder

It may seem impossible to keep up with new information in the technological age we live in today, especially if that new information is not a dramatic breakthrough in its field. However, progress is progress regardless of its contribution, and in this blog Little Listeners would like to keep you informed on a recent study […]

Getting Familiar with the New Faces of Little Listeners!

Hello Little Listeners Families! As you may have noticed, there are some new faces and some familiar ones here at Little Listeners. We wanted to give you the opportunity to learn a little bit about each of our awesome interns and our newest Audiology Assistant. Meet our new Audiology Assistant, Lindsey Wilson! Lindsey recently graduated […]

Summer Learning Tips & HearBuilder Competition

Kids across the nation are closing their books on a long school year; these next couple months are all about sunshine, pool days, and freedom from school. Why then should parents urge their children to keep learning over the summer? Many studies have shown that learning over the summer is critical for maintaining knowledge from […]

The Science of Sound

The process of sound traveling to the brain occurs almost instantaneously. It all starts with sound waves, which are compressing and expanding air molecules. Sound waves enter the ear and go through a process where they are converted to neural messages. Sound enters the ear through the outer ear. The sound waves are then sent […]

The Difference Between Hearing and Listening

Have you ever talked to someone and felt that they just weren’t getting what you were saying, even though they were nodding along and maintaining eye contact? They could be hearing what you’re saying, but they just aren’t listening. We typically use “hearing” and “listening” interchangeably, but it’s important to know the difference. According to […]

Hours & Info