AUDITORY INTEGRATION TRAINING (AIT) is a method of stimulating the brain to work more effectively.  It can help children and adults with a range of difficulties and disabilities including:

  • Autism
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Attention Deficit disorder (ADD)
  • Dyslexia
  • Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD)
  • Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD)
  • Down’s Syndrome
  • OCD
  • Learning Disabilities.
  • Sound Sensitivity

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What parents say

Alex has shown a change in his work in the class. From a somewhat passive worker he has become actively involved in the class. His speech has improved. He communicates more and he now has a very good relationship with the class.
Alex O., Teacher, Spain
I thought I would let you know how Alex is progressing in the two weeks since our visit he has gained 40 new words which is wonderful. There is a big variety of words from plug to Yorkshire! I am delighted with his progress. He certainly is happier since his treatment, he now plays with his brother rather than alongside him and has a better understanding of what is expected of him.
Mrs. R, Doncaster
I have definitely new hearing now as really I should have known that the noises I was hearing were not normally heard by other people. I cannot describe the yells and screeches I used to hear that went into my ears and the other sounds that squawked when I was not expecting them. Life is so different that I feel like a person from another planet, bopping down to earth for a change of scene. I do hope I can keep on this planet as the sounds here are quiet and restful and I can hear what is going on even when there are people around me. I feel as though a host of thistles have been taken off my ears, thistles that were stifling the words people were saying.
P. Farnham, Surrey
It was lovely meeting you all. We enjoyed our visit and Jody said that she was glad she went. She has been telling us that everything is quieter, it sounds different and new and it doesn’t hurt her ears now. She said that the wind blowing on the windows doesn’t frighten her any more.
J. T. Bicester, Oxen
Within the first week we began to notice small improvements in our son’s behaviour and now 12 weeks later we are gradually getting school reports of a positive nature that a year ago we would not have believed possible. Increased concentration, improved verbal communication and better adaptability to change.
Mrs. G. Camberley, Surrey