Auditory Integration Training

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A Checklist for Parents

This checklist is designed to help parents or teachers access whether a child might be having problems with his or her auditory system (hearing, auditory processing or auditory integration).

Check off any item that describes the child's behavior or history. If you check off many items, consider reading the posted information on Auditory Integration Therapy or scheduling an auditory assessment for the child.



[What is Auditory Integration Training?]

[Where Can I Find Auditory Integration Training?]

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Auditory Integration Training will be of interest to parents of children with speech and hearing impairments, speech pathologies, hearing loss, damaged hearing, ear injury, ear, nose and throat disease, ENT, attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD), autism, hyperlexia, dyslexia, developmental delays, special needs, sensorimotor deficits, pervasive developmental disorder (P.D.D.), Atypical Pervasive Developmental Disorder, PDDNOS, Asperger Syndrome, neurobiological disorders, Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD), Kanner's Syndrome, Rett's Syndrome, hypoglycemia, leaky gut syndrome, intestinal permeability, food allergies, behavioral problems, learning disabilities, mental retardation, hyper acute hearing (or hyperacute hearing), painful hearing, hypoacute hearing, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, chronic ear infections, learning delays, LD, chronic depression, speech impediments, stutters, stuttering, A.D.D., Central Auditory Processing dysfunctions, speech-language pathology, seizure disorders, unidentified health problems, emotionally disabled. It will also be of interest to occupational therapists, special educators, speech therapists, speech-language pathologists, physical therapists, vision therapists, behavioral optometrists, educational psychologists, social workers or practitioners of sensory integration, vision therapy, vision training, body-centered psychotherapy, structural integration, Feldenkreis, and Alexander technique