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Recently we posted about how to determine whether a Central Auditory Processing (CAP) assessment is appropriate for your child. The following information is about what happens during the assessment.
There has been much in the media recently about Australian education standards. With the introduction of NAPLAN testing in schools, it has never been easier to see how your school and how your child rates against National averages. If you feel your child is not meeting the required standards and you suspect it’s because they can’t hear well in a classroom, you are not alone.