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Dutch Position Statement Children with Listening Difficulties

Publication of Innovations in Care
E. Wit, de, C.A.M. Neijenhuis, Margreet R. Luinge | Report | Publication date: 01 October 2017

Listening difficulties in children are also known as auditory processing disorders (APD) or (central) auditory processing disorders (C)APD

This is a translated version of the Dutch Position Statement ‘Kinderen met Luisterproblemen’. (Inter)nationally there is discussion about whether auditory processing disorders (APD) should be seen as a unique clinical diagnosis and what is the most appropriate diagnosis and referral of children in this target group. In this context, the Dutch Audiological Centres (AC) have different care pathways for children with so-called unexplained listening difficulties.


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