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AIT is efficient with a total of 10 hours, 20 sessions of 30 minutes each, done 2 times daily over 10 or 12 consecutive days.  Berard AIT is a music therapy that  efficiently corrects hyperacute hearing and other auditory challenges.

AIT  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 diagnoses.

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Hyperlexia and Auditory Integration Training

Auditory Integration Training Helps Those with Apraxia in the Effective 10 day, 20 Session Therapy!

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What Is Hyperlexia?

Hyperlexia is a syndrome that is characterized by a child's precocious ability to read - which is far above what would be expected at their age. However, they have significant difficulty in understanding and using verbal language. They may also have  a profound nonverbal learning disability and significant problems during social interactions. Many of the social challenges that are seen in hyperlexic children or adults are similar to those found in autism. Hyperlexic children will learn to speak only by rote memory and after heavy repetition.  They may also have difficulty learning the rules of language from examples or from trial and error. Some professionals conclude that hyperlexia is autism, whereas others say hyperlexia is a completely different condition.

Hyperlexia Symptoms

The severity, frequency, and grouping of the following symptoms of hyperlexia will determine an actual diagnosis by a professional.  Symptoms of hyperlexic children or adults include:

  • A precocious ability to read words far above what would be expected at a child’s age

  • Abnormal and awkward social skills

  • An intense need to keep routines, difficulty with transitions, ritualistic behavior

  • Child may appear gifted in some areas and extremely deficient in others

  • Difficulty in socializing and interacting appropriately with people

  • Echolalia (Repetition or echoing of a word or phrase just spoken by another person)

  • Fixation with letters or numbers

  • Memorization of sentence structures without understanding the meaning

  • Significant difficulty in understanding verbal language

  • Specific or unusual fears

Additional Symptoms Of Hyperlexia Include

  • Auditory, olfactory and / or tactile sensitivity and other sensory issues
  • Difficulty answering “Wh–” type questions, such as “what,” “where,” “who,” and “why”
  • Listens selectively but appears a and acts as if deaf
  • Normal development until 18-24 months, then regression
  • Strong auditory and visual memory
  • Self-stimulatory behavior or stimming, such as hand flapping, rocking, jumping up and down
  • Thinking in concrete and literal terms, difficulty with abstract concepts


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