If your auditory system works like a computer, your ears are the hardware and your brain is the software. Even when the ears hear normally, errors in the software (the processing) can interfere with understanding or remembering what was heard. This is called Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) and often leaves sufferers feeling isolated and disconnected.

Of the approximately 6% of the population struggling with APD, most don't even know it’s a disorder.

The good news is that with specialised audiologist help, dramatic improvement in auditory processing is possible.

Want to know if you might be struggling with a hearing impairment or an Auditory Processing Disorder (APD)?

See the checklist