LISTEN • PROCESS • UNDERSTAND
The online therapy solution for CAPD.
CAPDOTS™ (\’kap\’däts\) : audiological, evidence-based, deficit-specific, accessible, deliverable, usable, and with measurable success.
Looking for Integrated Werks? You are in the right place. IW is now CAPDOTS™-Integrated. New look, same great results.
ASHA 2015 Nov 12 - 14
Join us at ASHA 2015 in Denver, CO
CAPDOTS IS A PROUD SPONSOR OF THE 2015 ASHA CONVENTION
Start planning your conference experience using the widget to the left. Click on "Booth 1023" to visit our virtual booth. And add us to your itinerary using the "View My Expo Plan" button. You can even register for the convention itself when you click on the “Register Now” button.
We look forward to meeting you!
CAPDOTS™ News Headlines
Carol Lau presented a poster on the use of CAPDOTS-IntegratedTM with hearing-impaired adults at the March 2015 AAA Convention in San Antonio. Read the full poster here
We are excited to be attending AudiologyNOW from March 25-28. Come and visit us at Booth 376.
Are you packed and ready to go to Orlando? We are! Carol and Colin are looking forward to meeting our many QSPs at the 2014 ASHA CONVENTION – November 20th to 22nd. Come by and see us at BOOTH 1558! Carol has also written an article on how to get the most out of auditory […]
An Online Therapy System for CAPD
First module in a series, CAPDOTS-Integrated is a Dichotic Integration Listening Training Program used to treat CAPD, specifically binaural integration deficits (also referred to as auditory divided attention).
CAPDOTS-Integrated can be used on CAPD individuals from ages 5 years and older. It is being used successfully on those with learning disabilities, dyslexia, autism and head injuries. It is also uniquely appropriate for those with hearing impairment.
CAPDOTS™-Selected is a Dichotic Selection/Separation Listening Training program that is useful for those with binaural separation deficits and who fail or present with atypical interaural symmetries on Competing Sentences type tests.
The program presents dichotic stimuli at staggered onset times to favour the weaker (focus) ear. As training progresses, the timing differences decrease until they are presented simultaneously.
Become a CAPDOTS™ Provider
If you are an audiologist speech-language pathologist, click the FIND OUT MORE button to learn how CAPDOTS™ can open up a whole new world of therapy, access and success for your clients.