Co Derry parents seek an alternative way to address sensory processing difficulties.
The Sound Learning Centre Blog
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The Sound Learning Centre returns to the Isle of Man, to deliver an Outreach Programme, for the ninth time in ten years.
Another successful SenseAbility course delivered to educational professionals working with special needs.
The International Light Association (ILA) 2018 annual conference will take place in Oslo, Norway, between May 15th - May 18th, 2018.
The Lightwave Stimulation (LWS) programme is intended to address light processing deficiencies which often correlate with various learning, behavioural, reading and social difficulties. These may have profound effects on physical and emotional well-being.
We are delighted to announce the publication of the updated and expanded edition of Dr Bérard’s long out of print classic book about Auditory Integration Training (AIT).
ABC Radio (the Australian equivalent of the BBC) has a programme called The Health Report. In December 2008 the programme focused on children with speech & language problems. The programme is called Gap Kids, referring to children who 'fall through the gap' between different educational services.
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 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.
We are delighted to announce The Sound Learning Centre's next SenseAbility course for parents, teachers and health or education professionals will be on Saturday 27 January 2018.
The number one item is for more attention to be given to 'sensory issues and sensory arousal' according to science and health writer Emily Willingham in her article, 'What Do Autistic People Want From Science?'.