Outcomes – Auditory Processing Time

We observe several interesting changes in auditory processing in the course of Sound Therapy. For example, the children’s response time when they are being spoken to becomes shorter than at the beginning of the intervention. They also become better able to handle multiple commands. Moreover, their speech becomes less hesitant, less convoluted or ‘chopped off’, and more ‘to the point’.

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