All of the senses (touch, movement, smell, taste, hearing, and vision) facilitate an individual’s understanding of the world and enhance skill development. Dysfunction in one or a combination of the senses can impact upon many areas of development and function. Many researchers consider “Listening” to be a form of sensory integration that uses sound vibration to stimulate brain processing.
Therapeutic Listening Programs may include use of one or a combination of several specially recorded and filtered compact discs. These discs are available for home use and can be played at low volume on disc players with good quality headphones.
Individuals experiencing difficulties with receptive language, expressive language, sensory processing, sensory modulation and defensiveness, general skill development, motor skills, energy level, behavioral and social adjustments may be appropriate for therapeutic listening.
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