nicoleday asks:

What career can I obtain with an auditory processing/learning disability?

In Topics: Jobs/Careers, Learning disabilities, Hearing loss and hearing disorders
> 60 days ago



May 13, 2010
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What the Expert Says:

Hello Nicole,

If you are in high school or college please visit your guidance counselor/ school career counseling placement service.  Ask if they can administer an interest and skill inventory survey.  This is a non-graded test that helps determine your personal and academic strengths and weaknesses.  The reason for this inventory is to help guide you to careers that utilizes your strengths.  Perhaps you have great visual skills and art skills.  Then perhaps careers that use these skills will be to your liking and you will be successful!  

Also, knowing what interests you and matches your skills will help dwindle down college and career choices.  

This website may help you:

Good luck!

Louise Masin Sattler, NCSP
Nationally Certified School Psychologist
Owner of Signing Families
Host of Learning and Laughter with Louise! (

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TaraLawful writes:
It's not as hard as it seems. This type of career is a rare choice so you will easily land a job if you study hard enough. You probably don't even need a degree to get a job in the field. A training is probably enough to expand your knowledge and help you improve your skills. Also you will probably need a decent resume and cover letter to land a job. Here is an article that might help you:

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