The Press & Journal cover the story of Michelle and how The Sound Learning Centre helped treat her Auditory Processing Disorder and overcome her shyness.
Pauline Allen, Principal of The Sound Learning Centre, addressed the conference on Friday 4 May 2007 and presented the latest analysis and findings related to light and sound therapies.
The Daily Telegraph's Health section featured Andrew, a disruptive 10 year old with education problems and how the Sound Learning Centre helped him with sound therapy.
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.
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).
Music education in the western world often emphasizes musical literacy, the ability to read musical notation fluently. But this is not always an easy task – even for professional musicians. Which raises the question: Is there such a thing as musical dyslexia?
Paper published in Proceedings of AIC 14th Congress Milano 2021
'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.
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?
Sensory difficulties occur across the whole spectrum of society and can be helped. An article from personal experience by Victoria Aitken,published by Insidetime in May 2020.
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?'.