Purchase this information session to learn more about Auditory Processing Disorder (APD).

Hear from three highly specialised industry experts, each presenting on different aspects of APD, including:

  • The nature, identification and diagnosis of APD– presented by Professor Suzanne Purdy
  • The treatment of APD– presented by Dr Bill Keith
  • Treating auditory processing deficits in people with autism spectrum disorder– presented by Dr Joan Leung
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