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Sensory Processing Issues Explained – Link
This is a departure from the “Strange Sounding Music” thread of previous newsletters. My development partner Tibor Horvath and I spoke at the Touch Technology Applications conference in St Louis in mid September, given by ABA Consulting Services of St Louis. The presenters were all concerned with the application of mobile computing technology in the […]
Lecture delivered to the World Organization Meeting of the Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential. May 1994, by William P. Mueller Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors Transient Electronic Auditory Stimulation: The Institutes have known for forty years that certain brain-injuries cause hyperactive auditory sensitivity. In the past twenty years others have also […]
In December 2011 a group of researchers from Brenau university completed a study of EASe Games and EASe music CDs. Their study found that EASe games and music “would significantly improve a child’s visual attention skills, spatial organization skills and occupational performance.” The study will be presented at the AOTA conference in April 2013. A […]
For many children, and even adults, hearing loud or intense noises is startling. But for those with auditory processing disorder, it can be debilitating. Mary Vozza realized her 5-year-old son John had a sensitivity to sound when he was a toddler. “We took him to the circus, and when the lights went down and the […]