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Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) and Auditory Integration Training

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by Wendy G., Parent of a 5 year old boy, Houston, Texas.
Reprinted by permission. 06-02-2005.

Auditory Integration Training, AIT, Berard AIT, sensory processing disorder"Our good news is that we just got Nicholas' report card.  ALL of his behavior areas were E - Excellent!  I really don't think he would have that, if not for Berard AIT.

His academic areas were also excellent, but I'm even more proud of his behavior areas! The teacher even said the other day that she's had three students tell her they want to be Nicholas' friend!  Wow, I never thought we'd get to this point for a while."

Our son Nicholas had Berard AIT in June. Nicholas turned 5 in March and began public school kindergarten this fall. His diagnosis is Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), though other possibilities have been discussed. (ADD, Asperger’s, PDD, hyperlexia).

Nicholas has had a lot of Occupational Therapy, cranial sacral work, and speech therapy (he’s now very verbal). We were so concerned about school since being around individual children and groups of children has been so hard for Nicholas. Though we’ve put a great deal of effort into giving him a lot of experiences around children, he’s only been comfortable around adults. In fact, he has been very much “at our level”, reading board game directions, asking astute questions, etc. His dad and I have often been both proud and concerned – especially given the contrast between his cognitive and social/emotional development!

Before Berard AIT, Nicholas became overwhelmed and frustrated in noisy environments and often behaved poorly at social gatherings and in play with others. He tried to escape from noisy environments. He had a lot of difficulty self-calming. He didn’t enjoy being around other children. When issues popped up, as they often did, his demeanor changed and he became controlling, angry and had little self control.

In preschool, the teacher was concerned about his lack respect for authority, insensitivity to others, fearfulness in new situations, and lack of interest in making friends. She noted sensory integration challenges, and behavior/personality issues and understood he needed to be more aware and to adjust better to his environment. He began to act out in the fall and school was difficult for the rest of the year. So it was with great care and trepidation that we chose his new school. We thought we likely had a rocky road ahead!

Nicholas’ baby brother, Ethan, was born a week after Nicholas turned 5 in March of 2005. This spring and summer I’ve taken care to see that Nicholas has the structure that helps him – adequate naps, quiet time, home-school and 1-1 play time with me, play group, etc. But his trying behavior has really kept me on my toes! Since Berard AIT in June we saw both gains and set backs at home before school started. The difficult behavior was VERY trying. In moments has seemed worse after Berard AIT. Since times at home have not been easy, we were pretty stressed about how his first kindergarten/elementary experience would go…and wondered how the tone would be set for his future elementary years!

Our good news is that we just got Nicholas' report card.  ALL of his behavior areas were E - Excellent!  I really don't think he would have that, if not for Berard AIT

His academic areas were also excellent, but I'm even more proud of his behavior areas! The teacher even said the other day that she's had three students tell her they want to be Nicholas' friend!  Wow, I never thought we'd get to this point for a while.

We had Nicholas' school carnival today...also the social therapy, "Kids Club" before the carnival.  As you can imagine, the carnival was crazy, but Nicholas did great!  He stood in line like any kindergartner would. We went into the school to look at some things they were raffling off and he did really well. 

Last year he and I went to the carnival and we had to leave after about 30 minutes. (We stayed 2 1/2 hours this year.)  And last year he could barely walk thru the main hallway because of the crowd surrounding the raffling area -- this time NO problems!  He was aware of the sounds but still able to function. He put some tickets into the raffle items and even have a conversation about it.

Another amazing thing is how Nicholas did the day we evacuated from the Houston area for Hurricane Rita. We were among the fortunate ones and our 5 hour trip took 13.5 hours. He took it all in stride and was fine with the discomforts and the complete unpredictability of the situation.

We're so proud of his accomplishments and how he's learned how to manage new situations, to make friends and cooperate socially with others and his teachers. In a large public school setting is just amazing for a child with Sensory Processing issues! We know that Berard AIT is a significant piece of the puzzle that is helping to bring it all together.


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