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Sonic Learning's team is dedicated to helping you build a better brain.
Sonic Learning's team is dedicated to helping you build a better brain.

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Fast ForWord processing training is an important piece of the puzzle for families of children with Auditory Processing Disorder.
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"Building the English Language Learner's Brain", new article by Dr Martha Burns
Learn the 4 things that you need to take into consideration when teaching an English Language Learner.
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Recording available until 5th November 2017
Free Webinar - Reading English as a Second Language: Challenges and Solutions
Certificates available for PD points
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We're at the World Autism Day morning tea in Perth, it's great to see so many parents, educators and professionals here. #worldautismday http://ow.ly/i/upZXT http://ow.ly/i/upZZS
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Registrations are now open for our next webinar. This topic is back by popular demand: Understanding Writing and Spelling Difficulities http://soniclearning.com.au/events-seminars-webinars/webinar-understanding-writing-and-spelling-difficulties/
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Did you know?
In addition to our cognitive training courses, we also offer 2 and 6 week reading boosts - perfect for school holidays!
2 week course: soniclearning.com.au/2wrb
6 week course: soniclearningcom.au/6wrb
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Understanding and Treating Auditory Processing Disorders - this FREE online seminar launched yesterday and already has 670 participants - even more than last year!
- Recording available until 26th March 2017, visit the link below
- Certificate available (follow instructions given during the webinar)
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"The potential of far too many autistic people is being squandered", says the economist. http://www.economist.com/news/leaders/21696944-how-not-squander-potential-autistic-people-beautiful-minds-wasted
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