Do you evaluate adults for central auditory processing disorder as part of your clinical practice?
As this type of testing is not common in many clinical environments, you may have limited opportunities for discussions regarding these types of cases.
To help address this need, check out two retrospective case-study reviews presented by Chyrisse Heine and Michelle Slone and then join the discussion in the Audiology Community.
Heine C, Slone M. (2019) Case studies of adults with central auditory processing disorder: Shifting the spotlight! SAGE Open Medical Case Reports (7):1-9.
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