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    ABC radio: Neurodiversity and the Digital Divide

    How do our neurological differences shape the way we experience the web?

    Autistic advocate Kathy Isaacs and Wojciech Nadachowski from the national Cooperative Research Centre for Autism join technology director at Today Mark Davis to discuss the lack of accessibility standards for neurodiverse people online.

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    Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) and its treatment

    This website provides extensive information to assist your understanding of Auditory Processing Disorder and its treatment. Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) describes the inability to process the meaning of sound. This condition is often present from early childhood, leading to a number of difficulties as the child becomes older and messages become complex and are given more quickly.

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    Learning Difficulties Coalition of NSW Inc

    LDC is a coalition of individuals and parent support groups which provides support and information about children (5-18yrs) with learning difficulties and related conditions such as AD/HD, dyslexia, Tourette Syndrome, Autism and Aspergers Syndrome, Velo-Cardio-Facial Syndrome, Dyspraxia and Anxiety Disorders.

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    Tourette's Syndrome Association of Australia Inc.

    Tourette Syndrome, (TS), is a neurological disorder characterised by involuntary, irresistible body movements and vocalizations. It is complex and individual in its effect. People with TS seek understanding and acceptance. This website is designed to educate and inform those wishing to know more about this complex disorder.