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Posted Jul 22, 2002 at 8:43:34 PM
Subject: Listening Therapy

I do a form of home based therapy (or rather, help you with a home based therapy program) called Therapeutic Listening (or Samonas) that is highly effective with difficulties with CAPD, auditory processing, sensory integration, dyslexia, autism specturm and many other things your child would be in speech, occupational or physical therapy for. As a professoinal, I think it works better for many disabilities than Fast Forward, or Lindamood Bell if you have considered those options. I can also counsel you on other forms of sound and/or music therapy that would help your child. Sound therapy is the only therapy I am familiar with (and I researched a lot) that actually changes the way the auditory system works in CAPD substantially rather than teaching your child compensations and seeing small physical changes. I am a certified speech therapist by the way. If you are interested please email me for details.

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Posted:Jul 25, 2002 11:27:57 AM

You should put your location, so folks know where you are for home services.

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Posted:Jul 25, 2002 7:21:38 PM

I live in Cincinnati but it can be done on a consult basis online.

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Posted:Sep 26, 2002 4:19:57 PM

Cheryl, could u email me able this program. I have a Educational Audiologist working with my son. She is a ex-SLP. We are found a reading program that works for CAPD, dyslexia, handwriting. Its called sound reading. You can get info at soundreading.com. I would like to know about your program. Thank you, Deb

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Posted:Oct 03, 2002 11:27:39 AM

Cheryl,
My son's speech therapist and I are trying to get together a listening therapy program for my son. He has high functioning autism/hyperlexia. He has a difficult time filtering out auditory stimuli and either becomes extremely "wound up" and can't focus, or over focusses to the point where he seems to be oblivious to his surroundings. We would like your help. Please email me at hollygrames@hotmail.com
Thanks
Holly Donnelly

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