Berard Auditory Integration Training (AIT) is a listening program that reorganizes the sensory center of the brain through use of specialized modified and filtered classical music, listened to over headphones. The sessions are done twice a day over a 10-day period. AIT organizes the hearing and stimulates the brain to improve information processing and decrease auditory processing disorders.
The training program can be given to children as young as six months and many adults also benefit. Improvements may be noted during the 10 days of training, but gains can occur up to six months afterWard.
Berard AIT was developed by Guy Berard, MD, a French Ear, Nose, and Throat physician, in Annecy, France, to help with his wife’s severe tinnitus. After he had successfully treated her, he turned his attention to learning disabled and autistic children with phenomenal success. Annabel Stehli heard about Dr. Berard and took her autistic daughter to France to be treated by him. When she successfully cured her own child of autism, in 1992, Annabel brought Dr. Berard to the U.S. to train and certify new AIT practitioners.
If your child has a diagnosis of autism, dyslexia, auditory processing disorder, apraxia, or any other learning disability, it is likely that they can be helped by Auditory Integration Training. Get in touch with us today by email of phone for a FREE Auditory Processing Assessment.
August 25, 2018- Berard Auditory Integration Training Seminar for Chiropractors. Greenville, South Carolina - Hilton Hotel, Orchard Park Dr. This is a 12 hour seminar for South Carolina Chiropractors and will provide Continuing Education Units. (CEUs) in Berard AIT plus 2 hours - SC Rules and Regulations, and 2 hours - Risk Management by Dr. Beth Ehlich- HIPPA and APN.
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."