During our 2013 Outreach programme at the Kuwait Dream Centre, Pauline Allen was interviewed by Shiny Frank for the Indian Website, Way4Indians, which recently published the article 'How Sound and Light Therapy Can Change Lives'.
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Today is the 3rd Bérard International Day. It is also the great man’s 98th birthday. Please join us in wishing Dr Bérard a very Happy Birthday and share this link below on your Facebook wall or page.
For the fourth time in five years Manx Mencap have invited us to provide an Outreach Programme at Centre 21 in Douglas, Isle of Man. As well as hosting us they have also funded a large number of participants. We would like to thank Manx Mencap for their support and to those very special people who have helped us put this Outreach program together.
The Sound Learning Centre recently completed an Outreach Programme at the Baity Montessori Center in Cairo, Egypt, where we provided AIT, LWS as well as Neuro Developmental Assessments & Programmes. This was a long time in the planning but all the hard work put in by everyone is finally showing how worthwhile it was as we have already received positive feedback from a number of people.
Today is the 2nd International Bérard Day. It is also the great man's 97th birthday.
Please join us in wishing Dr Bérard a very Happy Birthday and share this link below on your Facebook wall or page.
Dr. Guy Berard's book about Auditory Integration Training (AIT) Hearing Equals Behavior: Updated and Expanded
The International Light Association (ILA) 2012 annual conference will be held in Berlin between 14th - 18th October, 2012. The conference is open to members and non-members.
The Sound Learning Centre's SenseAbility course for parents and carers are held regularly throughout the year. We are running a two day version of this popular course, in June, which gives a comprehensive introduction on the role of the senses and movement in a child's development and practical knowledge on how educational problems can be combated.
Initiated by the United Nations, the 2nd April is annually observed as World Autism Awareness Day in an effort to draw attention to Autism, a pervasive disorder that affects tens of millions around the globe. It is intended to spur global action to combat the discrimination, abuse and isolation that people with the disorder and their loved ones face.
We recently emailed our Winter 2012 Newsletter to our clients, we hope you found it interesting and informative.
Pauline gave a well attended one day sensory systems workshop under the title‘Activating Your Senses - A dynamic exploration of the world of sensory difficulties’. She shared her experiences and discoveries with many ‘light workers’ and pioneers in the field of light therapy at the International Light Association, 8th Annual Meeting and Conference. The workshop introduced the five direct senses with particular emphasis on the auditory system. It also explored the importance of the vestibular and proprioceptive systems.
Pauline and Phil visited the Greek Island of Kea in May 2011 and delivered a well received 5 day sensory systems workshop ‘How the Senses Inform Learning in Individuals – Understanding the impact of under performing sensory systems on development’ that focussed on the importance of the sensory systems in people’s performance and how these systems are involved in child development.
In June 2009 The Sound Learning Centre were privileged to be invited to one of the FARA children’s homes in Bucharest to give assessments and treatments for Auditory Integration Training (AIT) and Lightwave Stimulation (LWS) to a group of young adults. This group had only recently been relocated from state institutions into FARA’s care. See FARA Newsletter Winter 2009 ‘FARA CHANGES LIVES...’ 'Gabriela, formerly mute, is now able to talk....'