Evidence-based studies have been shown to work for individuals with the following:
– Autism spectrum disorders
– Central auditory processing disorders (CAPD)
– Speech and language disorders
– Sensory issues including auditory
– Tactile or other sensory sensitivities (hyper or hypo)
– Pervasive developmental disorder (PDD)
How Does Auditory Intervention Therapy Work?
Auditory Intervention Therapy is designed to encourage active listening to normalize the way in which the brain processes sound. For example, your child’s hearing tests may indicate that they are hypersensitive to the frequencies of 3,000 Hertz (Hz), but respond appropriately to all other frequencies within the normal range. This means they will become overstimulated, agitated, or anxious when exposed to sounds around 3,000 Hz.
Auditory Intervention with Music Therapy in San Diego
Here at FITS, we use regular auditory interventions in the form of music therapy and evidence proven auditory therapies to normalize your child’s hearing response and make them comfortable with the frequencies inside the normal hearing range.