“What you hear affects what you see.”
“What you see affects what you hear.”
Implementing Comprehensive Hearing and Visual Evaluations to Guide Intervention Through Collaborations with Professionals
Changing lives of clients ages three and older with behavioral characteristics of sound intolerance, auditory processing difficulties, hearing loss, and visual processing difficulties.
Developing individualized Auditory-Visual Training Protocols to improve your ability to respond to vision therapy and auditory integration training.
Providing individualized In-home, Berard-Based Auditory Integration Training to improve sound tolerance, expressive speech, and when needed, transition into wearing a hearing aid.
What Is The Moore Auditory Training Method?
The questionnaire and guided interview process were developed over time through reading research studies and working with clients of all ages. Their story has become a part of my story. My interactions with clients helped me realize the significance of information shared by clients and their test results. Start the process by completing a Moore Auditory-Visual Questionnaire.
Life-Changing Improvements to Sound Intolerance is Possible
Do you or a loved one suffer from intolerance to quiet and/or loud sounds? Auditory Integration Training improves one’s ability to feel safe and focus more easily while listening and talking, which improves your ability to learn, work and socialize.
It has been my privilege to successfully co treat patients with Cheri Moore over the last few years. I have found her to be extremely knowledgeable about vestibular and auditory processing systems. In addition to her background in special education, she has broad experience working with specialists in addressing a wide variety of diagnosis. This positions her so well to apply her therapy appropriately. Furthermore I have personally witnessed her tenacity in going well beyond the expected in working with her clients to ensure complete resolution of their difficulties.
A Method Focused On Individualizing
Evaluations, Treatment Programs, and Training Protocols
Cheri’s love of learning, compassion, and desire to improve client’s quality of life inspired her to freely share what she has learned in videos. All videos help you learn about the impact of sights and sounds upon one’s ability to feel safe, to learn, to work, and to express oneself.
What happens when there is a chronic lack of strong sound energy stimulating the brain?
Learn about confounding behavioral characteristics affecting one’s quality of life emotionally, socially, academically, and vocationally. Poor ear, nose, and throat health
It is an honor to work with Cheri Moore on her journey with auditory integration therapy. She has shown a consistent desire to go above and beyond in every aspect of her practice and training. Cheri’s quest for greater understanding and her thirst for knowledge are demonstrated daily. It is a pleasure to work with a professional who is so eager to learn and apply new information to help her clients reach their best possible outcomes. I look forward to our continued collaboration as Cheri’s scope of practice expands.
Feeling Discomfort and Avoiding Social Situations?
Individuals of all ages act tired, sad, depressed, or irritable when over-stimulated by sounds. Many teens and adults with severe intolerance to sounds choose to stay home where they are able to control the sounds around them. Discover how sound intolerance might be keeping you, or your child, from enjoying a rich and full life. The first step is completing a Moore Auditory-Visual Questionnaire
Cheri Moore is a huge advocate for students with processing challenges. She has an intense desire to bring improvements to students and is tireless in seeking out the information and therapies to bring results. She demonstrates great caring and generosity in seeking solutions for students.
Improve Your Sound Tolerance and Expressive Speech With individualized In-home, Berard-Based Auditory Integration Training
You can improve your sound tolerance, expressive speech, and ability to wear a hearing aid.
Improve Ability To Listen In All Environments
In children, decreased hearing negatively affects brain development. In adults, decrease hearing negatively affects the ability to maintain a strong, integrated brain needed for balance, motor-planning, memory, emotional health, and the ability to listen, comprehend, and remember. Start improving listening skills by completing a Moore Auditory-Visual Questionnaire.
1. Register online!
Individuals and professionals may register to use an unlimited number of questionnaires for themselves, family members, friends
2. Choose questionnaire for any age ($10)
Ages 3 to 5 (pre-Kindergarten)
Ages 5 to 18 (students)
Ages 18 and older (adults)
3. Print results for your doctor
Use your Auditory-Visual Report and visual activity results to help you communicate concerns, ask for referrals, and develop an intervention plan.
Are you ready to complete the Moore Auditory Questionnaire?
Discover what questions to ask and what to observe during visual activities. Complete questionnaire to receive your Auditory-Visual Report.