Auditory Processing Disorder (APD), Hyperactivity, Learning Disabilities (LD's)
and Auditory Integration Training (Berard AIT)
by the Parent of 2 boys, 13 and 5, Johannesburg,
South Africa. Reprinted by permission. 2006.
is so much I wanted to say about how grateful I am to have met you but
cannot find all the words."
"Just wanted to update you on both my boys progress.
week after Auditory Integration Training
I could see a difference in my boys progress:
Seshen seems to be listening
better because he carries out multiple instructions with a lot more ease
than he use to.
Mohan’s teacher remarked that Mohan had a good
week (which was the very first positive remark she had made about Mohan)
and also Mohan says that his teacher is talking a bit slower (but I don’t
think that the teacher is actually talking slower but rather Mohan is
Prior to Auditory Integration
Training Mohan’s reading was really slow.
Now I also
found a remarkable improvement in his reading.
It is sad that Auditory
Integration Training is not recommended by more therapists. (I think
they will probably earn less income from parents because therapy will
become more short term) because I believe that more children with Learning
Disabilities (LD) can benefit from this form of therapy.
I will keep you updated with all the changes and I hope
to see you soon please forward me dates when the next session of Auditory
Integration Training is because I have referred another mum who son’s
is dyslexic but she was concerned about taking her child out of school."