About This New Book
If you are a parent or teacher working with individuals who struggle to process auditory and sensory information, you will find that this book offers new understanding of these problems, and most importantly, explains the intervention called Berard AIT.
This 10-hour training program reorganizes the dysfunctional auditory and sensory center so the brain no longer gets overloaded with confusing information.
Dr. Berard recognized that the evaluation process should not stop once hearing impairment is ruled out. The focus should turn to how the individual hears. Are there distortions, timing delays, misperceptions, sequencing problems? These disruptions will interfere with processing until the auditory system is reorganized and balanced.
Hearing Equals Behavior: Updated
is an important addition to the small collection of resource
books that focus on auditory processing problems and
associated learning and behavior difficulties. This 300-page
book explains the concepts underlying
Dr. Berard’s method and how he
developed his retraining program through years of detailed
Professionals familiar with Berard AIT recommend his program
for those struggling with learning and behavior.
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Sally Brockett’s wonderfully updated edition of Dr. Berard’s pioneering book is a superb resource for parents, teachers, and clinicians wanting to better understand how AIT can be an important intervention for individuals with learning and behavioral disorders, particularly disorders on the autism spectrum.”
Paul Millard Hardy, MD Behavioral Neurologist
"As pediatricians caring for children with autism, we are often looking for interventions that can truly impact the lives of our patients. Auditory Integration Training is certainly one of them. "Hearing Equals Behavior", Sally Brockett's updated and expanded edition of Dr. Berard's work, explains how a new world can open up for a child or adult when listening and learning turn on. The clinical cases and parent reports of success with children with dyslexia, autism and depression are particularly inspiring. And as a clinician always trying to find out why something works, the extensive discussion of the theories behind AIT is fascinating. For anyone dealing with chronic neurological or developmental illness, I would strongly recommend reading this book and considering AIT."
Nancy O'Hara, Developmental Pediatrician, Wilton, CT
Hearing Equals Behavior: Updated and Expanded provides the reader current information on the impact of Berard AIT on sensory modulation and behavior, as well as the affect of Berard AIT on the auditory and visual system.
The Berard method of AIT is regarded as the most effective approach available for enhanced listening skills, language, learning, and sound tolerance. Pre- and post-test data is included to demonstrate the types of improvements that may be observed after this 10-day retraining program. This book will enable readers to understand how listening and learning can “switch on” when the auditory system is rebalanced and functioning effectively.
|Audio Tests for AIT|
|About AIT AT HOME|
|Audio Tests for AIT|
|AIT Checklist Online|
|Success Stories Adults|
|Success Stories Kids|
|Success Stories Teens|
|Recovery From Autism|
|Videos: AIT & Autism!|
ABOUT AIT LINKS
|AIT Symptoms List|
|Benefits of AIT|
|Berard AIT vs. Tomatis|
|Bio-Medical Before AIT|
|Is It Genuine AIT?|
|Parent Tips For Kids|
|Precautions After AIT|
|Research on AIT|
|Why & How AIT Works|
WHAT AIT HELPS!
|Pervasive Dev. Delay|
|Speech and Language|
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