Northeast Alabama Listening Center Auditory processing affects many aspects of our motor and behavior patterns. How we process sound is very important because approximately 85% of the nerves in the brain are connected to the ear either through the cochlear nerve or the vestibular nerve. Individuals who process the complete sound spectrum optimally are those who will see the benefits in all areas of their lives. Submitted by AAdmin-Stuart
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