The Therapeutic Listening Program is an intervention tool that incorporates the use of sound and its impacts on sub-cortical (sensorimotor) processing. This program was built using both developmental and sensory integration perspectives. Music provided through this sound-based program, gives the listener controlled sensory input, in order to improve organization of behavior, attention, sensory modulation, motor planning, and academic success. This program is a valuable tool that can be implemented both during and outside of the child’s therapy sessions as a home program.
While Therapeutic Listening is designed for children with attention deficits, auditory sensitivities/defensiveness, difficulties filtering auditory input, motor coordination challenges, and other sensory processing differences, it can be beneficial an even wider range of children and even adults.
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