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“Since treatment started we have not noticed this wistfulness or sadness, but have seen a light go on in Stephanie and she is in a state of joyfulness. She is now talking to and with us rather than at us, listening and responding.”

 

Three months following treatment Stephanie hypersensitive hearing was in control, her language was expressive and receptive improving. She showed increased confidence in the use of it. Social interaction in the family was wonderful and outside improving with school seeing changes. Her mother quoted.

 

“A lot has happened and we definitely have a different little girl now. People have commented on how mature she is now.”

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“Since treatment started we have not noticed this wistfulness or sadness, but have seen a light go on in Stephanie and she is in a state of joyfulness. She is now talking to and with us rather than at us, listening and responding.”

 

Three months following treatment Stephanie hypersensitive hearing was in control, her language was expressive and receptive improving. She showed increased confidence in the use of it. Social interaction in the family was wonderful and outside improving with school seeing changes. Her mother quoted.

 

“A lot has happened and we definitely have a different little girl now. People have commented on how mature she is now.”

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Yes, we had a long period of echolalia from about four to five.I don't know if I mentioned we took M to the Sound Learning centre for Auditory integration therapy and light wave therapy and we saw a dramatic leap in his speech after that. There is quite a lot of research going on at the mo about SLI, dyslexia and dyspraxia being linked to auditory processing problems I find that it returns when he is outside playing and there are lots of children speaking at once, if he is in a strange environment and as you say when he is unwell. Picking up on your other thread, we didn't have a social worker assigned for our hospital visit, but I know that Autism comes under the mental health services here. My Mum worked for social services and so I'd probably have welcomed another point of contact, had we been offered one. My family also thought that I was making a fuss out of nothing but I persevered and I'm so glad that I did. Things are so much better now that we have the right help.

By Tclanger on Sun 06-Apr-08 09:47:35

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Quote from email “University Letter” 23 June 2006 “On another note, I would like to thank you for all of your help - I cannot tell you how much improved my life is now! Since visiting with you, I have lived as an independent adult for the first time - held down a full time job, had an active

social life, made and regained friendships, changed almost every aspect of my life and had almost no problems doing so, and moved away from the boyfriend I used as a crutch. Really, I thank you!

                                                   

Yours, Stacey Felgate”

 

16 Feb 2007

Hi,

My daughter Stacey visited you in April 2006 and received AIT, Light therapy and NDD programme.

She is doing really well and all who know her have commented on the difference in her general demeanor. She has returned to university and is leading a much fuller life.

So  a huge "Thank you" for that.

“He is like a different child. It is like he has had an injection of brain cells. Something has clicked!”

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Hi just got back from Sound and Learning Centre.Was very cautious to if any effects at all! Being an old fashion research mum ABA was all I really followed (with diet).Gave it a try...ds age 5 yrs loved the music and became relaxed the whole treatment which was a big WOW! On day 7 ds ASKED to use a hand dryer (usually frightnened and hands over ears).Today ds walked down the steps at home correctly for the first time everNoticing lots of improvements in such a short spaceI will bring ds back in 2yrs to see if more improvements are made!Ds did the reflex programmes (did the lot basically) and although I have not started these yet I can see the logic in it! Will be starting now ds is better after three week virus ds caught in London yuck!Go for it...the smallest of changes soon add up fast!

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I've been raving about how good the sound learning centre is. My ds is 9 and has aspergers. In April he did auditory integration treatment and the vision problem. The AIT really helped. At the begining they did an audiogram which showed he had distorted and hypersensitive hearing. Basically the normal speech frequency was painful for him. After 10 day treatment his audiogram showed his hearing was almost perfect. The result of that was he stopped needing to walk out of class all the time. He used to walk out of class about 5 times a day and now he never does. The vision therapy didn't help as dramitally. Although it did give him 3d vision - he stilll has huge visual perception problems. To be honest I think maybe he closed his eyes when he was meant to be looking at it. We've just started the neuro development programme (retained reflexes) with him - and we are stunned with the improvements. He is just far better in every way. So, they are very expensive, but definately worth it.

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Took DD to the Sound Learning Centre about three months ago. We had the assessment and they advised that DD just coming up to 4 years old could be helped by AIT. We went ahead with the treatment and halfway through the treatment I did notice that DD seemed to notice more in the environment and she was giving eye contact ALL the time when speaking to us (she was diagnosed with ASD when 3.5) as opposed to just maybe 70% per cent of the time. I wanted to do the treatment in the hope that DD's expressive language skills would improve and they have been slowly improving but if that would have happened anyway who knows?? Changes can happen up to 6-9 months afterward treatment from what I believe. The staff were great and I know each child is individual and what could work for one child may not for another but I have no regrets about going ahead with the treatment. Hope this helps and if you do decide to go ahead please let us know how things go.