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Any of these symptoms may be an indication of imbalanced hearing, auditory processing challenges, hyposensitive (decreased sensitivity) or hypersensitive (increased sensitivity) hearing. This imbalance in hearing ability can create auditory confusion, language delays, articulation problems, behavior problems and other complications.
AIT has been used with individuals with autism, PDD, dyslexia, learning disabilities, hearing sensitivities, auditory processing challenges, attention deficit disorders and behavior challenges.
Auditory Integration Training (AIT) is a ten day, noninvasive educational and therapeutic technique which helps people to hear all frequencies more evenly, to improve in the processing of auditory input, and to decrease hypersensitivity or hyposensitivity to specific environmental or speech sounds.
If you are interested in or need more information regarding AIT , please contact us. We will be happy to answer any of your questions.
NOTE: Auditory disorders are frequently reported in children with developmental delays and behavior challenges, including sound sensitivity and auditory processing. Auditory symptoms are not the cause of the disorder (ADD, ASD, PDD, ADHD, regulatory disorders, and auditory processing disorders). AIT may not cure the disorder but can reduce the symptoms that are interfering with auditory functioning. With the auditory interference removed, the child's (or adolescent's or adult's) learning and behavioral challenges may be more easily treated.