Improved Learning, Language and Social Skills with the Berard method of Auditory Integration Training
Individuals with auditory and sensory processing problems have difficulty interpreting daily experiences. The capacity to hear and communicate is compromised. Behavioral issues and social skills are often affected as a result.
The Berard method of Auditory Integration Training (AIT) helps reorganize the brain to improve auditory and sensory processing capabilities. Participants use headphones over a 10-day period twice a day for 30 minutes each to comfortably listen to AIT auditory stimulation. This reorganizes the dysfunctional sensory center so the brain no longer gets overloaded with disorganized information.
Language, learning and social abilities develop more normally and participants are better able to excel as a result.
This method of auditory training was originally developed by Guy Berard, MD – a French ear, nose and throat physician – who successfully used this technique with thousands of people in Europe for more than 30 years.
The Berard system of AIT has since become regarded as the most effective approach available for enhanced listening skills, language, learning and sound tolerance.
Indications an individual could benefit from AIT
The following difficulties may present the opportunity to benefit from AIT:
Children with diagnoses of Autism, ADHD, AD, or Auditory Processing Disorder usually benefit from AIT
“We have a different child than we had prior to Auditory Integration Training. Jack has become a much happier, loving child who is a pleasure to everyone who has a relationship with him. I think you can count our family among your biggest successes. Thank you so much for your guidance and commitment to our son.”