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Useful Book List

The following books are suggested as useful in developing a background knowledge about learning difficulties and ways in which you may help the sensory processing issues that frequently lie behind the diagnosis and label.

Particularly welcome is the republication of Dr Bérard’s long out of print classic about Auditory Integration Training (AIT)

It includes much additional information including contributions by The Sound Learning Centre.

 

Now available as:

Hearing Equals Behavior: Updated and Expanded
by Guy Bérard, M.D., and Sally Brockett, M.S.Now also available in an e-book edition.

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Sensory processing issues frequently lie behind the diagnosis and labels associated with learning difficulties.

Hearing anomalies are often an unrecognised, underlying problem in those with poor language, limited attention, dyslexia, dyspraxia and other learning or behavioural challenges. Through a detailed explanation of Dr. Bérard’s clinical work, presentation of study data, and case histories, this book presents a comprehensive report on Bérard Auditory Integration Training (AIT), a re-training program that enhances auditory skills and abilities for many people.

Other books you may find useful are listed below.

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Many books are now available in e-book format.

Have you wanted an e-book reader but put off your purchase? Why wait? Click on the image to buy one of the best now.

 Kindle 3G Wireless Reading Device, Free 3G + Wi-Fi, 3G Works Globally, Graphite, 6″ Display with New E Ink Pearl Technology

Kindle Fire HD 7″, Dolby Audio, Dual-Band Wi-Fi

 

For more information about how we may help,
please see the Treatment section of our website

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