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Otitis Media (with Effusion) and Auditory Processing Disorders

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dolfrog
dolfrog Community member Posts: 441 Pioneering
edited October 2019 in Sensory impairments
I thought it best to post this here rather than on the dyslexia thread where we have previously been discussing these issues.
which is also included on my Evernote "Some Audiology PubMed Research Paper Collections "  web page 
Iam not very good at verbal self advocacy due to my auditory processing disorders , which is why I find and use research papers to better explain the complex issues that me and others ma experience. I did know that I could read a research paper until my late 40s early 50s (a another long story)
Hopefully you will find some useful information from these research paper collections
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