Auditory Processing Disorder
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The latest APD Guidelines.

Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) is a difficult disorder to diagnose. 

For those who have APD, their ear "hears," but the brain has trouble processing the signal, and translating it into useful information.


This can make it difficult for those with APD to follow a conversation, especially in noisy or overwhelming environments.

Download to access the latest national guidelines for APD.

Access further information and support for APD.

For some useful information about APD and a list of symptoms and commonly related conditions check out the Audiological Society's website.

Hear for Families also provide support for children with APD on their Hear for Families community page.

Access more useful resources.