Dr. Harvey Dillon discusses the LISN-S Test and LISN & Learn Auditory Training Software for spatial processing disorder. AudiologyOnline 2013

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Catalyst story on spatial processing disorder and LiSN & Learn remediation. Broadcast on the ABC 1/11/2012

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Professor Harvey Dillon is interviewed by Dr John D'Arcy on his Health Matters radio program about spatial processing disorder and the LiSN & Learn remediation tool

(21 October, 2012)

ABC news story on LiSN & Learn, NAL's innovative auditory training package for spatial processing disorder

(27 September, 2012)

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NAL congratulates Chi Yhun Lo

Congratulations to Chi Yuhn Lo, a Speech and Hearing Sciences student, on his recent achievements resulting from a study he conducted at NAL as part of Macquarie University’s PACE program. Chi spent time at NAL testing the effects of using LiSN & Learn auditory training software with different types of headphones. His research was selected for presentation at the Australasian Conference of Undergraduate Research (ACUR) at Australian National University, Canberra on 18-19 September 2014, where he won the Jury Prize for best presentation and paper.

Also, Chi’s research poster was selected as part of the conference to be shown at ‘Posters in Parliament’. This event is an exhibition of undergraduate student research which was held in the Mural Hall of Parliament House, Canberra on 22 September 2014. It is scheduled during a parliamentary sitting date to enable the maximum number of MPs to attend. Chi’s work was judged Best Poster.

To see Chi’s presentation and poster, go to publications page and follow the links.

Video below explains Chi's research project at NAL and the Macquarie University PACE programme - courtesy of Macquarie University.

Photo shows Chi explaining his research to WA MP Hon. Ken Wyatt during Posters in Parliament.

Chi with Hon Ken Wyatt

Article appearing in the Winter 2015 edition of Coffs Coast Child, featuring Vienna Pisana, whose spatial processing disorder was rehabilitated using LiSN & Learn.

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Vienna Pisana