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The British Society of Audiology are pleased to introduce the next Lunch & Learn eSeminar. Research or clinical assessment of children’s listening and cognitive skills provides a snap shot of ability on abstract tasks that putatively tapping into underlying constructs of interest. I trained in Linguistics and Applied Linguistics at the University of Melbourne where I completed a PhD at the Bionic Ear Institute investigating the relationship between speech perception and speech production in pre-linguistically deafened Cantonese-speaking children using a cochlear implant. In January I took over the chairmanship of the APD special interest group from Nicci Campbell. To use this site to its full potential please upgrade to a different browser or install Google Chrome Frame. The tasks provide considerable information about differences in ability to perform tasks, but less insight into how these differences impact on everyday functioning. For my post-doctoral research with Professor Dorothy Bishop, I investigated the causes and correlates of language impairment, specifically focusing on issues to do with heritability of deficits in verbal short-term memory.


Under her leadership we held a successful Satellite Day at the last BSA Conference at Keele. We agreed that new APD leaflets for adults and children should be available as soon as possible.
They are available from the date shown with email access to the speaker for questions for up to the following two weeks. Parental report-based measures can supplement such information by providing insight into a child’s ability to function in every contexts. I will explain why we argue that the questionnaire can potentially support clinicians in assessment children.
I was subsequently awarded a Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowship to further investigate the neural bases of these deficits at the Max Planck Institute of Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences. Please request connection through Firewalls with your local IT department if this is your first eLearning experience.


My attention has shifted to questions to do understanding and more effectively assessing auditory and listening deficits in developmental disorders like auditory processing disorder, specific language impairment, hearing impairment, dyslexia. We decided that a priority should be to raise awareness about Auditory Processing difficulties in every school, clinic and GP surgery and so we need to develop stronger links with other agencies and think creatively about how this could be achieved.
For example, online training would be attractive to busy teachers; families and those with APD need support networks. A Family Information Day is planned for March 2015 and a Parent Advisor has been appointed.



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