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Auditory Integration Training

Research on Auditory training

Studies have shown that a course of Auditory training is likely to improve, comprehension, auditory processing speeds, and Neuro-diverse indicators. It also helps to reduce hypersensitivity/distortions in hearing and dyslaterality (a common incidence in people with dyslexia) and to help integrate the sensory processing area of the brain.  Leading to help with anxiety, stress, confidence and hyperactivity.


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2015 - A pilot study on AIT & Attention Disorders & Behaviour Disorders - looked at a wide range of children & teenagers with attention and behavioural difficulties.  It found a course of AIT resulted in significant improvements in hyperactivity, anxiety, perfectionism & ADHD symptoms.

1999 - A double blind study of behavioural, electro-physical & audiometric effects in Autistic subjects.  This was a 2 year study of 683 children who showed improvements & normalisation of brain wave activities following a course of AIT

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2014 - A study of the effects of AIT on Mismatch Negativity in Children with Autism.  The results indicated Autistic patients showed significant reduction in hypersensitivity to sounds; hyperactivity; irritability; lethargy and improvements in emotional regulation, behaviour, processing & comprehension.

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2013 - AIT supports Memory Training Programme, The Mediterranean Project.  Showed by adding AIT into memory training the following improvements:

6-11 yrs 100%

11-14 yrs 91%

15-65 yrs 56%

Conclusion: Berard AIT significantly helps memory functioning for all age groups.

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