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Research on Auditory Therapy

Studies have shown that a course of Auditory Therapy is likely to improve, comprehension, and auditory processing speeds. It also helps to reduce hypersensitivity/distortions in hearing and dyslaterality (a common incidence in people with dyslexia) and to help integrate the sensory processing area of the brain.  Leading to help with anxiety, stress, confidence and hyperactivity.


2001 Goddard Blythe SAThis study examine
2001 Goddard Blythe SAThis study examine
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