The auditory processing disorder is a condition affecting the way in which the brain processes the language. Individuals who are affected by audio processing disorder face difficulty in processing, interpreting and storing the information that reaches them through hearing. But it doesn't mean that they are not able to hear properly. Besides hindering normal speech and language development, the audio processing disorder can affect other related areas of reading as well as writing. It is important to test whether a child is suffering from this kind of ailment. If in doubt, it is better to consult an ENT specialist or a qualified speech pathologist who can use different types of testing under specific conditions and identify the actual problem that the child is experiencing. There are several types of auditory processing treatment and each of them is administered on the basis of the individual conditions of the child. There are also classroom management programs available that assist the child in managing the symptoms that he or she is dealing with. There are also several environmental aids that can be used in the classroom and they may include assistive listening devices and auditory trainers. The language therapy often helps in improving different types of auditory processing disorder when it is executed by a trained and experienced ENT therapist. On the other hand, phonemic training has been also found useful in treating the conditions.