Our vision is for all our clients to be able to achieve their fullest potential in life – we will do our very best to contribute to this objective. Having obtained a clear picture of a person’s condition through one of our assessments, we will recommend appropriate treatments. This may include one or more of our key programmes which use sound, light, colour and physical exercises to facilitate change towards better functioning.
All our programmes are non-invasive and drug-free and are personalised to take in the whole person the way they are and respect the individuality of each client. Our clients experience improvements in many different areas: physiological, emotional, social, educational. Sometimes results are immediate, often improvements continue to develop over a period of weeks or months. As each person is unique and at a different stage of development, we cannot guarantee results – however, our track record since 1995 shows that we can often instigate major changes though our treatments.
We have four key approaches to treatment:
We have found that the combined application of sound and light treatment through the provision of Auditory Integration Training (AIT) and Lightwave Stimulation (LWS) is particularly effective for the majority of our clients. The Neuro-developmental (NDP) has also proved to be highly effective, either taken as a stand-alone intervention, or to complement sound and light treatments.
We have delivered outreach programmes in Scotland, Ireland, the Isle of Man and also the Middle East and will consider travelling to treat groups in other parts of the U.K. and abroad. Further details can be found on the ‘Outreach programmes’ page.
We also provide guidance, information and training to parents and individuals, as well as to Health and Educational Professionals, through our training courses, Open House events, talks and presentations and through the information provided on this website.
People with severe difficulties are often shunned and ‘written off’, areas of particular difficulty are avoided and interactions are shaped to ensure the classroom, work or family environment can ‘cope’.
However, activation is often a key component of starting to make a difference. This may come in many different forms, depending on the condition and particular circumstances of the person. The fact that a person cannot perform a particular task at this moment in time, should not exclude them from being given the opportunity to try. For instance, talk and interact with non-verbal people as if they can talk, involve people with physical difficulties as much as possible in physical activities and stimulate and activate as many senses as possible in order to have the best chance of meaningful communication with the person.