Hearing equals Behavior
Yes, its true!
Our behavior is conditioned by how we perceive the world around us, and hearing plays a major role in this perception.
There is a indeed a direct relationship between how we hear speech, language, and music, and how it affects our behavior.
Stan & Karon of ‘Learning to Listen’ offer the Berard method of Auditory Integration Training.
You are never too young (min age 3 years) or too old to fine-tune your listening skills. You do it for your car, your piano, so why not you?
AIT offers a non-intrusive method for improving listening and cognitive skills, which often have an association with learning disabilities, ADD, ADHD, CAPD, and conditions within Autism Spectrum Disorder. Significantly positive results have been achieved in self-confidence, communication and a better understanding of the environment.
AIT and ESL
Learning English as a second language is very important for immigrants. Research is showing that the process of AIT can accelerate this. To find out more about this, see our ESL and AIT page by clicking here
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What is AIT?
Find out how AIT works, who might need it, Frequently Asked Question’s and other useful links + resources.
Here you will find client comments, in depth AIT case studies and their testimonials.
Includes access to questionnaires to help you decide whether you or your child needs it.