There is a major difference between listening and hearing, although most people do not distinguish between the two. Hearing is the ability to pick up auditory sensations known as sounds, and to register them within your inner ear. Listening is a more advanced step and actually sorts these sounds out in your brain in order to differentiate between background sound and those sounds which are more important and need to be processed. People who suffer from auditory dyslexia, ADHD and other developmental disabilities often suffer from the under development of the listening skill too.
There are a range of developmental problems out there that can influence your ability to listen properly, and are often neglected or misdiagnosed as learning disabilities or developmental disabilities. This is more often than not the case with people who have ADHD, Auditory Dyslexia and other disorders. Just because you have a developmental problem does not mean that your ability to listen has to suffer: take advantage of Sound Listening's intensive training program and you can be one step closer to harnessing a new power. Sound Listening has been helping adults and children alike to develop the necessary skills which they need in order to effectively listen.
The ability to listen is also seen as a major business communication skill, and, although most people can get by with much difficulty without their listening skill, it will make life a lot easier to navigate and enjoy once it is fully developed. Don't simply write off your, or your child's, inability to read or write properly to the fact that you have Auditory Dyslexia or ADHD - you should rather focus on finding and applying a solution that really works and will grant you greater enjoyment of life by allowing you to attain the quality of living that most people are familiar with.
There are a number of symptoms of the under development of the listening skill, and as most of these symptoms are also common with ADHD, Auditory Dyslexia and other developmental inhibitors, they are often simply attributed to them too. Such symptoms include poor writing and reading aloud, poor pronunciation, poor attention span, easy distractibility, bad spelling, tiredness at the end of the day, the dislike of one's voice and a range of other symptoms that are often confused with attention deficit disorder. If you or someone you love suffers from one or more of these symptoms then they could have a problem with their listening, with the attention span being simply a symptom of this.
Sound Listening have developed a great program, the Enlisten program, which will help you to overcome your initial developmental disability and teach you how to develop your listening skill. If you have the commitment then you will be able to do this successfully and effectively. This program may be used by children and adults alike, and is developed specifically to aid with the development of the listening ability. Make the right choice and improve your enjoyment of life by allowing yourself the ability to listen as well as you hear.