What does it really mean when the restaurant is too noisy to “hear” the conversation, when people around you seem to mumble or just talk too darn fast, when you can “hear” the other person but not really understand what is being said?
If our ears and brain work collaboratively, what happens when one or the other is diminished? It may be Central Auditory Processing Disorder—and the answer may not simply be one of hearing loss or cognitive disability.
Three audiology experts, each practicing in different settings: academic, hospital and private practice, will address these fascinating and often frustrating issues. Free