Some of the topics we will discuss:
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Risk factors in auditory processing and what to look for:
- ear infections
- past antibiotic use
- heavy metal toxicity
- electromagnetic field radiation
- food additives including GMO’s, MSG, glyphosate
- C section births
- little or no breastfeeding and too much bottle feeding
- too much screen time
- no “babbling” as a baby (babies should make sounds)
- little or no speech by the age of 2
- no startle reflex
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What tests parents should ask for
Many pieces are missing in traditional “peripheral’ auditory testing. Your child may have a normal audiogram but is not hearing properly in the brain. When you seek a professional it is best to ask them to check your child’s inner ear reflex muscle with the middle ear analyzer, or companogram reflex test. Also ask for Jack Katz’, staggered spondaic word test to be part of your child’s treatment. Read more and find professional practitioners on Jack Katz’ services through the International Guild of Audiology specialists, igaps.org.
International Guild of audiology specialists, igaps.org
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Margaret “Peggy” Glenney MA, CCC-A, F-AA
Margaret “Peggy” Glenney is a developmental audiologist. Since 1984, Margaret Glenney, has worked as an audiologist working in hospitals and universities throughout the U.S, as both an instructor and trainer for the Certified Occupational Hearing Conservationist (COHC), program. She has provided clinical supervision for graduate students in both Speech Pathology and Audiology and taught graduate level courses in Industrial Audiology. Margaret has her teacher’s certification in English 6-12th grade, ELL K-12, and Speech Communication.
From September 2017, through the present Margaret Glenney has owned a private practice in Roanoke, VA, specializing in helping children exhibiting neuro-developmental delays which often include hyperacusis and misophonia and other sensory and central auditory processing issues. Her website is, sensoryctr.com.
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