What improvements have been reported by teachers, parents and trainees

  • Reduction of hyper-acute and/or painful hearing
  • Less complaints of sounds causing pain or discomfort
  • Reduction in noise or tinnitus in the ear
  • Less startle responses to loud noises
  • More appropriate vocal intensity (volume)
  • More appropriate affect, expression and interaction
  • Easier, more frequent interaction with others, including increased eye contact
  • Improved language discrimination or comprehension
  • Greater interest in verbalization and communication
  • Exhibition of age appropriate behavior
  • Improved academic performance
  • Improvement in social skills
  • Increased comfort level
  • Less impulsivity and restlessness
  • Reduction in distractibility
  • Less lethargy
  • Less irritability
  • Increased independence and self-esteem

 Are there any risks associated with AIT?

There is no evidence to indicate that Auditory Integration Training is harmful in any way. No drugs and no surgery are involved with this method.

 Is Auditory Integration Training available in many locations in the United States?

Our “In-Home” program makes A.I.T. available everywhere in the world.  It is available in the United States, but not in many locations.  This method was developed in France and has only been promoted in the U.S. in recent years by such organizations as The Georgiana Organization and the Autism Research Institute.


It’s a TEAM Effort

  • Cheri Moore, B.S. Spec. Educ., MSW, Certified Berard Practitioner
  • Ear, Nose and Throat Specialists checking the health of the ear
  • Audiologists following standardized testing protocols in addition to Dr. Berard’s air conduction testing protocol
  • Developmental Optometrists and Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Optometrists completing comprehensive visual evaluations


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