and convenient Practitioner supervised
AIT At Home
services are now available in the USA, Canada, Australia,
United Kingdom, Europe and certain other countries.
AIT is a
remarkable, life changing and efficient
educational intervention with over 50 years of
scientific studies that prove its
is efficient with a total of 10 hours, 20 sessions of 30 minutes
each, done 2 times daily over 10 or 12 consecutive days.
is a music therapy that efficiently corrects hyperacute
hearing and other auditory challenges.
permanently corrects auditory distortions,
hyperacute hearing or painful hearing issues common to the
diagnoses of ADHD, Anxiety, Auditory Processing Disorder, Autism
Spectrum Disorders, Depression, Dyslexia, OCD,
PANDAS / PANS, Sensory Processing Disorder, Speech and Language
Delay, Vaccine Injury and other
AIT Treatment Guidelines:
Guidelines For Successful AIT Sessions!
On-line AIT Checklist
Ears must be healthy, free of excessive ear wax or discharge and without
active ear infections before and during all AIT Sessions for maximum
All Participants must complete the 30 minute sessions, done
times per day with a minimum of 3 hours between sessions over 10 days - or up to
12 consecutive days. You must complete
all 20 AIT sessions within 12 days. Ideally you will do
it in 10 days, but you may have up to 2 consecutive days off in
the AIT Protocol. If you skip a day, you will skip both sessions for
that day. Do not skip any AIT sessions before Day 5, after both
sessions are done (i.e. after Session #10.)
Level During AIT:
Daily normal activities and routines between the 30 minute AIT sessions
are allow. Sessions may be scheduled at different times each day to
accommodate schedules or if more than one person in the family is doing
We recommend you plan for a less active schedule during the 10 days
of AIT and with an easier schedule during AIT Sessions. This way if
the person feels tired after AIT sessions, they can rest. For example,
a 10 day consecutive period for AIT could be starting on the weekend for
2 days (Saturday + Sunday) then doing 5 days during week (Monday -
Friday) then 2 days of the weekend (Saturday + Sunday) plus the next
Monday. It helps to build a less stressful schedule if four (4) days of
AIT are done without the normal levels for children in school or adults
with work demands.
AIT is an "exercise" for the ears, the hearing function
and the whole auditory system that also stimulates the brain and body
through the delivery of alternating high and low frequencies. Sounds
that were formerly distorted or not processed properly are then received
correctly. During AIT there can be a temporary return of past negative
behaviors, changes in energy, changes in mood including more crying or
sadness, etc. Things that are also reported during AIT sessions are
more tiredness, changes in appetite, thirst, bowels, sleep and even
dreams. These are temporary and signs that the auditory stimulation is
being effective. If you have any reactions that concern you, please
contact us by email.
During And After AIT:
For those with auditory processing issues, anxiety,
autism, dyslexia, focus issues, hyperactivity, memory issues, OCD,
speech delay, sensory issues, etc. watch for improvements in their
key areas. Improvement can begin to happen immediately during AIT
and are signs the stimulation is being effective. These improvements
are lasting and will slowly increase over the next four (4) to six (6)
months after AIT is completed.
AIT sessions need to be in a calm, quiet environment free from other
distractions or stimulation such as bedroom, etc.
Plan for sessions to be "quiet time". Plan and choose a time
daily that is conducive for timing the sessions to be in a calmer time
of day for the participant. If more than one family member is doing
AIT, plan and schedule accordingly.
don't do AIT too late before bed or at nap time for
children. Participant needs to stay awake during AIT.
TV, computer games, Wii, Gameboy, Nintendo, hand-held computer
devices, Iphone, Ipad, etc.
Playing of any musical instruments or drumming.
Reading, computer work, web browsing, Facebook, Instagram/Snapchat,
social media, etc.
Homework, writing, puzzles.
Eating, chewing or chewing gum. Drinking water if thirsty is allowed,
Talking to Participant doing AIT; don't interrupt or ask questions
except on starting loudness comfort level.
jogging, running, strenuous play, Wii-fit activities, bouncing therapy
balls, biking or exercising.
Rub a young child's back or their feet/hands during AIT
while sitting next to them. Color with them quietly to keep them calm
and headphones on, etc. Many young children will enjoy the closeness
and some cuddling with a parent.
The participant singing or making noises during AIT. They may walk
around the room if desired.
Coloring books, coloring or drawing are allowed as a distraction.
Spinners, sensory type toys or hand fidgets or play dough are allowed as a
Paying with stuff animals or dolls for young children are allowed as a
Playing with Lego's or blocks is permitted as long as not following a
pattern to build something.
Playing a simple catch game with a soft toy while sitting with children
as a distraction.
Using the bathroom if needed, but guard that the
earphones stay ON and the device is PROTECTED from any water damage. It
is best to have the participant, especially children, use the bathroom
before starting an AIT session.
Post AIT Restrictions and Precaution To Maintain AIT Gains
Headphones for books on tape that are voice narrated,
or foreign language study with spoken words are allowed if the materials
is played at safe hearing levels. Nothing that includes music is
allowed played by headphones is allowed.
NO HEADPHONES: No
headphones may be used during or after AIT to listen to other music.
During or after AIT, the use of headphones can cause the participant to
lose all the gains made with AIT. This includes headphone use both for
listening to music and/or for watching TV, videos or DVD's.
Loud music in environments must also be avoided after AIT. It damages
hearing and can reverse AIT gains. This includes loud rock concerts
with extended hours of loud music levels.
Antibiotic Use: Many
antibiotics and other drugs are "ototoxic" which means toxic to the ear
function itself and can alter auditory function with use.
Read more and see the
list of medications.
Diet and Lifestyle Recommendations for Participants After AIT
recommend that participants maintain a healthy lifestyle during and after
recommend a nutrient rich, whole foods based diet including organic foods
Vitamin D3 daily for overall health: Infants=1,000 IU's, Children=3,000
IU's; Teens/Adults=5,000 IU's.
with adequate free time, outdoor activities and down time is essential to health
family dynamics, emotional, school and social activity levels to continue
positive gains after AIT.
homeopathy for acute health issues!
Avoid the above drugs and other medications, especially antibiotics. Read about
free acute and first aid remedy recommendations for 100+ issues at
the Free E-book by Kari J. Kindem, CFHom, CHP, CEASE Practitioner, AIT
Practitioner and Classical Homeopath on
Beginner's Guide and Tips" at
filtered water should be consumed daily. Fluoride is a know
neurotoxin and endocrine disruptor and should NOT be consumed. Avoid fluoride
in toothpaste, mouthwash, dental treatments. Tom's of Maine is fluoride
free toothpaste, available in health food stores, some drug stories and online.
if your city has fluoridated water. Install a water filter in your
home if your city has fluoridated water. Not all water filters will
effectively remove fluoride, make sure yours does. See a list of water filters
that remove fluoride at
adequate sleep and at a suitable, regular bedtime on a daily basis.