Auditory Training Treats:
- Sensory Integration Dysfunction
- Auditory Processing Disorders
- Speech Delays
- Tactile & Oral Defensiveness
- Hypersensitivity to Sound
- Low Muscle Tone
- Poor Eye Contact
- Behavioral Issues
- Fine & Gross Motor Difficulties
- Attention & Concentration
- Poor Reading & Comprehension
- Poor Communication Skills
- and much more...
Reasons For Considering Auditory Training in Your Child
- Does your child appear deaf (but isn’t) never turning around when you call their name?
- Are they hypersensitive to various sounds holding their ears to protect themselves from the pain of these sounds?
- Are they clumsy, uncoordinated and weak lacking body awareness?
- Do they not like to let their feet leave the ground?
- Do they show repetitive behaviors such as hand flapping, toe walking, stare continuously at fans or spin themselves uncontrollably?
- Do they have trouble paying attention, attending to a task or lack fine or gross motor skills?
- Do they have trouble with sequencing and organizational skills?
- Are they tactile and oral defensive neither wanting to touch nor eat certain textures?
- Are they a picky eater?
- Do they not like to have their hair or teeth brushed?
- Are they tired and lifeless or are they hyper and out of control?
- Do they have difficulties with speech and language, sound discrimination, communicating, socializing or spontaneously playing with others?
- Do they lack imaginative or creative play?
Do any of the above apply to your child? Then your child can benefit greatly from re-training their ears with Mozart. To learn more about Auditory Training, please visit SoundTherapySystems