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How to get people to accommodate my auditory processing issues.

Just using "I have trouble hearing" is good enough. NTs don't know that hearing involves more than the ear.
That's something I did frequently all my life.
Putting words on paper makes a neuro connection which helps.
Interesting, that's a memory trick I used when I was young. The act of writing committed things to memory, once written I could just throw the paper away.
 
That's something I did frequently all my life.

Interesting, that's a memory trick I used when I was young. The act of writing committed things to memory, once written I could just throw the paper away.
I find it interesting that accommodations we figure out for ourselves are later discovered, by scientists, to have a biological explanation.
 
Interesting, that's a memory trick I used when I was young. The act of writing committed things to memory, once written I could just throw the paper away.

Same here. I was the only one I knew who employed that study technique. I just copied down a lot of things verbatim. I wonder if there is an autistic connection.
 

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