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  1. Tara

    It could be an auditory processing issue, he may not filter a voice properly, he does not recognize a voice as being different from background noises. You can practice listening by playing games that require concentrated listening…
    Have 5-7 objects or toys, with his eyes closed or covered, you use one to make a noise and he has to guess what made the noise.
    Put various small objects in different non see through containers, (maybe make a few that are the same) shake them and talk about the sounds, are they the same? louder, softer, etc.
    Go outside and listen to the noises you hear, try to localize them, talk about what is making the sound
    These can help any child fine tune their listening! 🙂