Sound Learning Centre Logo
The Sound Learning Centre, 12 The Rise, London, N13 5LE, UK, +44 (0)20 8882 1060, Contact us

Accessibility

If you are having difficulty reading the text, try adjusting the font size and colors.

Font Size

  • Small
  • Normal
  • Large
  • Very Large

Background Colour

  • White
  • Red
  • Green
  • Blue
  • Black

Text Colour

  • White
  • Red
  • Green
  • Blue
  • Black
Sounding Out

Media Coverage

‘It changes people lives’ – Sound Learning Centre founders in Palmers Green still passionate after 20 years‘ an article published in the Enfield Independent Tuesday 17th June 2014 recording the 20th anniversary of The Sound Learning Centre.

The Press & Journal cover the story of Michelle and how the Sound Learning Centre helped treat her Auditory Processing Disorder and overcome her shyness.

PDF of the original article

Children of The Little Sparks charity have benefited from the fund-raising efforts of the their local police force. The charity raises money to children with neurological problems and the Sound Learning Centre has provided treatment for several youngsters via the charity.

Original Article

The story of seven year-old Keane featured in several newspapers. Suffering from autism, Keane is highly sensitive to noise and will do anything to block it out. As a consequence he has been to hospital 22 times to remove a variety of toys, sweets, blue-tac and other things from his ears. The Sound Learning Centre has been providing AIT treatment for Keane and the parents have already noticed an improvement.

Daily Express, Daily Record, Banffshire Journal: article 1, article 2.

An article by Pauline Allen comparing a number of sound therapies with Auditory Integration Training (AIT) appeared in the respected Positive Health Magazine as Sound Therapies: Universal Panacea or Placebo?

Sound therapy helps to re-educate the auditory system and, although independent research assessments have not been carried out to validate its effectiveness, the Society of Auditory Integration Techniques (SAIT) has published its own theories, and the findings of Dr Bérard, creator of AIT, are cited from his book Hearing Equals Behavior, to illustrate his success in treating ENT patients with dyslexia, depression and autism.

Sound Therapies: Universal Panacea or Placebo?


Bookmark and Share

The Sound Learning Centre has bee featured on several television programmes including the BBC, ITV, Sky News and Discovery Channel. Please contact us for further information.

The Sound Learning Centre was featured on the ‘Inside Out – surprising stories, familiar places’ regional current affairs programme on BBC ONE on 19 September 2005. The BBC followed clients from first contact with the Centre, during Sound and Light treatment, right through to the final results. The Myomancy ADD/ADHD, Autism and Dyslexia website has more details.


Bookmark and Share

The Daily Telegraph’s Health section features Andrew, a disruptive 10 year old with education problems and how the Sound Learning Centre helped him with sound therapy.

Andrew’s verdict? “I feel like a caterpillar that has turned into a butterfly.”

Music therapy hits the right note


Bookmark and Share

During October 2004, the Programme ‘You and Yours’ on BBC Radio 4 featured the six most useful interventions that have been applied in cases of autism. We were featured on Monday 4 October and again specifically on Wednesday 13 October in respect of Auditory Integration Training (AIT). During the programme you can hear an interview with Pauline Allen as well as an 8 year old child and her mother who talk about their experience and the results of treatment. These programmes can be heard and downloaded from the BBC Radio 4 website, down the page under Autism Interventions.


Bookmark and Share