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Auditory Integration Training information
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The Georgiana Institute has been a resource for information on Auditory Training since the publication of Sound of a Miracle, by Annabel Stehli (Doubleday '91).

BREAKTHROUGH: Sound Sense, an AIT home program, is now available.

More Information: See brochure links at right
Or Contact: Heather Isaac, SLP
www.SensoryClinic.com
contactus@sensoryclinic.com

Professionals who wish to become practitioners may acquire a Sound Sense system for $4,500.

What is AIT?
Auditory Integration Training is a sound and music therapy consisting of randomly modulated and filtered music played through headphones for half an hour, twice a day, for ten days. Its effect is to eliminate or reduce uncomfortable sound sensitivity.

The FDA permits the following statement: Auditory Integration Training remediates impairments in auditory discrimination (sound sensitivity and auditory distortion) associated with autism, learning disabilities, and related disorders - ADD, ADHD, CAPD (Central Auditory Processing Disorder), SPD (Sensory Processing Disorder), Dyslexia).

What are the benefits?
Improvements in socialization skills, focus, concentration, expressive language, sleeping, and academic performance.

Caveat: It is best to have any Berard-based Auditory Training administered by a professional Auditory Training Practitioner, for half an hour twice a day for ten days. A home program is only for those who are unable to do this because it is too inconvenient and/or expensive.


To find a qualified, professional practitioner, see the

Website Directory of AIT Practitioners:
United States and International listings.


More Information: See brochure links at right
Or Contact: Heather Isaac, SLP
www.SensoryClinic.com
contactus@SensoryClinic.com


For more information and/or copies
of the Sound Sense brochures,
please contact by email or text:

The Georgiana Institute, Inc.
A Nonprofit Organization
Annabel Stehli, President
250 Amber Wood Run
Chapel Hill, NC 27516 USA
Cell phone: (203)994-8215
Email: georgianainstitute@snet.net

cover of Sound sense info for parents
About Distance Auditory Training
read or download a PDF of brochure
download Adobe Reader to read PDF
contact Annabel for a print copy


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about the Sound Sense system
read or download a PDF of brochure
download Adobe Reader to read PDF
contact Annabel for a print copy


For more information about
Annabel Stehli, visit
AnnabelStehli.com
and learn about her books,
including  Sound of a Miracle

For more information about
Georgiana Thomas’ book
Overcoming Autism,
email Georgie at
nipponon@yahoo.com



Since 1998 The Georgiana Institute has been designated a non-profit organization, tax-exempt under Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, ID#06-1500430. Contributions are tax deductible.



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