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Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD’s) are characterized, in varying degrees by deficits in communication, social interactions, attention, motor coordination, sensory processing, sleep issues, and repetitive behaviours. A recent report from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services indicates that autism spectrum disorder prevalence has significantly increased to over 2% of all children in the United States, with an estimated 1 in 28 boys currently with an autism diagnosis. Are you looking for help with autism? The Listening Program® may be the ideal solution.
Our evidence-based in-home interventions support the brain through a natural developmental approach. Just as you can strengthen your body through exercise, you can change your brain through targeted training, which our scientifically-designed music provides.
The Listening Program® is an effective stand-alone intervention, and can be integrated as an adjunct to other therapies such as Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Physical Therapy, Music Therapy, Neurodevelopmental programs, Behavioral Therapy (ABA), Floortime, Son-Rise, Relational Developmental Intervention (RDI), SCERTS, Biomedical, Neurofeedback, and other complementary approaches.
Advanced Brain Technologies is active in the autism community working closely with non-profit organizations, hospitals, clinics, schools, and other groups to help each child on the autism spectrum reach their potential.
Learn how to offer our scientifically-based music program to the clients and students you serve. Take a continuing education course and offer our programs as trained provider in your clinic, hospital, school, or through in-home programs.
Many parents report their child is overly sensitive to sounds that other don’t. A child who is sound sensitive may show behaviours like covering ears, running from sounds, avoiding situations which may be noisy, becoming aggressive or shutting down. The Listening Program® offers non-invasive therapy to help your child become comfortable in their environment. This research article explains how.
Neural Mechanisms Involved in Hypersensitive Hearing: Helping Children with ASD Who Are Overly Sensitive to Sounds.
Christian, age 7
Auditory Processing Disorder Speech Delay
Catastrophic Brain Injury
Autism, ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorder
TBI, Epilepsy, Global Developmental Delays
PANS/PANDAS, ODD, Paranoia, mood disorders, and ADD
Kristin Selby Gonzalez
President / Chairman, Autism Hope Alliance
Founder, Brain Summit, Top 50 Human Behavior Experts to Follow
Mom to Max
Raphael "Tweet" Brown
Recording Artist from R&B Trio Next
Dr. Judith B. Belk, PHD, CCC-SLP, CCC Audiology