Autism and Berard Auditory Integration Training (AIT)
"The Sound of a Miracle has triggered a revolution in the field of developmental delays and learning disabilities."
"Well written and incredibly moving, the book shows that you should fight for what you believe is right for your child"
"If you are ever tempted to give in to despair, read this true story. It will inspire you to be braver than you ever thought possible"
The Sound of a Miracle is Annabel Stehli's riveting story of her daughter Georgiana's triumphant over autism. Thanks to an intervention called Berard Auditory Integration Training, she went from autistic and functionally retarded to gifted. Berard Auditory Integration Training cured Georgiana's painful hearing, her most distressing symptom, and made it possible for her to emerge from autism, enjoy communication and to excel academically.
When mothers of autistic children from all over the country contacted Annabel Stehli and told her their stories, she put them in touch with one another, formed The Parents' Network, and inspired them to do as she had done: to fight for their children with diagnoses including Autism, Pervasive Developmental Delay (PDD), Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD), Hyperactivity, Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD), Dyslexia, and Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. There are many Georgianas now, ready to take their place among their peers without a label. The interest sparked by Sound of a Miracle resulted in the founding of the Georgiana Organization and has contributed to the public awareness and support of auditory training as a treatment option.
Sound of a Miracle was first printed in 1991 by Doubleday of New York. A second printing has been released in 1996 through The Georgiana Organization. This book can be ordered through The Counseling Center. The Counseling Center is certified in the Berard method of auditory integration training.
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Sound of a Miracle: written by Annabel Stehli, $17.95 ($14.95 plus $3.00 shipping;international orders, $6.95 shipping)
Dancing in the Rain, edited by Annabel Stehli, $17.95 ($14.95 plus $3.00 shipping; intl. orders, $6.95 shipping), a collection of parents' accounts of their children's experiences with Auditory Integration Training (A.I.T.) and learning disabilities published in 1995 by Georgiana Organization
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