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When parents and teachers hear this audio clip they realise how those with ADHD miss so much of what they hear due to distraction. Dave plays this audio clip in everyone of his talks and workshops.
Many medical professionals play this clip to parents to help them understand the condition.
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This audio clip entitled ""The Sound of an ADHD Brain"" is the creation of Dave Pughe-Parry and Gareth Storer and the copyright of Living ADDventureÂ®.
* The clip is freely available for download and you may use the clip in it's original and unaltered form only, for your personal use and/or to illustrate the effects of ADHD, whether it be in a talk or lecture, a medical practice, a school, a home, or any other appropriate place or forum.
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If you come across an instance where these conditions are not being adhered to, please inform us so that we can correct the situation. We have no intention of litigating or suing people for misuse, unless there is no compliance, we simply would like due credit for an audio clip that has assisted so many people around the world to understand what ADHD is like.