Speech, language, literacy and overall communication stem from the fact that we can listen and then process information easily and readily.  Our ears are the gateway to the brain for listening and perceiving sound, but what the brain actually DOES with that sound determines how well we can follow instructions, comprehend, process complex information and engage in meaningful conversations.  The processing of individual sounds (called phonemes) sets the stage for beginning reading.  Read more about early literacy skills and discuss with one of our clinicians.