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Speech Delay, Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) and Auditory Integration Training

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by Melissa Z., Parent of a 3 year old girl, Butler, PA.
Reprinted by permission. 01-17-2006.

"She has gone from being overwhelmed by everything and falling into a crying heap on the floor to handling everything without even a tear -- the mall, Wal-Mart, the zoo, amusement parks, fairs, playgrounds, etc. She has gone from being unintelligible about 85% of the time to completely intelligible a majority of the time, even with strangers!

I would be so bold as to say that, except for a few lingering issues that are tied to vision, Lily is a normal little girl.

The first three years of my daughter’s life were a train wreck.

  • Lily was absolutely non-functional from the time she woke up until the time she went to bed and we were virtually housebound with her.
  • She woke up crying and cried all day until bedtime;
  • She couldn't even figure out how to walk down the stairs;
  • She couldn't sit at the table to eat; she couldn't sit and play;
  • She was a hurricane, throwing toys and food and cups all day.
  • We rarely went to Wal-Mart or out to a restaurant or to the mall with her because she would just fall apart and end up in a crying heap on the floor
  • She walked everywhere on her tiptoes
  • She touched everything with a closed fist;
  • She didn't say a single word; she couldn't leave my side and needed to be carried everywhere.
  • The only time she was content was when she was asleep or when she was climbing all over things like a daredevil or being tossed around and swung.

Our lives were a horrible nightmare! I remember sitting at our Early Intervention evaluation and just crying -- they must have thought I was nuts!

As soon as we found out that Occupational Therapy could help her for Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), we had her evaluated and started therapy. She received OT and Speech Therapy services through our Early Intervention program as well as privately. We did the Wilbarger (brushing) Protocol for 7 months straight and she participated in Vital Links Therapeutic Listening for 8 months. We did see some monumental changes with all of these interventions, but she was still struggling so and none of the changes were ever permanent.

Life was better than it had been, but it was not good – or even okay. She needed a FIX and from all of my reading, research and talking to other parents, I felt that AIT just might offer one.

Lily went through the 10 day AIT program in late June/early July 2005 and she is BETTER. Not just better than she was, but COMPLETELY BETTER.

  • She has gone from never playing independently and spending most of her time stuck to my side to playing independently or with her brother for 30 minutes or more.
  • She has gone from being overwhelmed by everything and falling into a crying heap on the floor to handling everything without even a tear -- the mall, Wal-Mart, the zoo, amusement parks, fairs, playgrounds, etc.
  • She has stopped whining, she is learning better (and yikes! is she a smart little cookie! She is happier, she is laughing all the time, she is FUN and FUNNY, her behavior is near perfect (for a 3 year old, that is!).

Before AIT she had a lot of auditory discrimination problems which were most likely responsible for her articulation problem.

  • Her Speech Therapist told me that when her IEP is up for review, she very well might not qualify for services!
  • She has gone from being unintelligible about 85% of the time to completely intelligible a majority of the time, even with strangers!
  • She is now able to string together sentences without losing the pronunciation of the individual words and can even sing full songs in an understandable voice!
  • All of her hyper sensitivities to sounds are gone.
  • She doesn't even flinch at the vacuum, the blender or smoke detectors and when we were at the fair over the summer, the tractors at the tractor pull made her laugh, whereas in the past, she would have crumpled in my arms.
  • I would be so bold as to say that, except for a few lingering issues that are tied to vision, Lily is a normal little girl.

It's amazing, too, how these changes in Lily are bringing about changes in our whole family. Her 5 year old brother is so much happier and enjoys her so much more. Gary and I, too! And even the changes between Gary and I have been really positive. We are fighting and bickering less because our patience and energy aren't completely tapped on a daily basis. We are all sillier and less stressed and having a lot more fun as a family. Last weekend we went to Lake Arthur for the day and had a wonderful time. Everyone played and swam and picnicked and had an awesome time -- no meltdowns, no carrying on over the water and the sand and the other kids, no fighting, no whining, just a great day! -- and on the way home, I said to Gary, "Who knew that we would ever be a normal family?!"

Seeing this wonderful, amazing, loving, silly, confident little girl that was trapped inside that miserable, sad, struggling body coming out and simply shining is almost more than my heart can handle.


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