Making Sense of Messages to the Brain

Thomas Crook's reading wasn't bad, but he wasn't as good as his twin brother Alex and he was "hopeless" at following instructions, especially ones that involved doing more than one thing.

While many might put that down to different personalities, his mother Helen was worried there was more to it and starting making inquiries that would eventually make a huge difference in Alex's school life.

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by Elizabeth Binning, In: Hearing disorder makes school a struggle 

New Zealand Herald, March 2011