How Music Listening Therapy Helps People with Down Syndrome

Various studies have shown the positive effects of therapeutic music, specifically for people with Down Syndrome. The Listening Program® consistently produces measurable changes in auditory processing, social…

Tags Advanced Brain, Advanced Brain Technologies, auditory processing, Behavior, brain training, Cognitive Delays, communication, Developmental Delays, down syndrome, Down Syndrome Awareness, Executive Function, Independence, learning, motor development, music, music listening therapy, Self Regulation, Social Skills, Speech Development, The Listening Program, Therapeutic Music

Music for All Ages and Abilities: Discover TLP’s Four Core Programs

Millions of people across the globe, some with diagnoses, others without, ranging in age from 2 years old to 100, enjoy the benefits of The Listening Program…

Tags ADHD, attention, Autism, brain health, communication, Emotional Regulation, Executive Function, Focus, learning, learning disability, listening therapy, music listening therapy, music therapy, Sensory Processing, sound sensitivity, Speech Skills, tbi, The Listening Program, Therapeutic Music, Thinking, tlp

Music for the Classroom and Home

Students are struggling to succeed in classrooms, and Advanced Brain Technologies has a proven collection of music that has been shown to help. Distracting noises and sounds…

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New Study Shows Myelin May be Necessary for Motor Learning

A study released in October of this year and published in The Scientist shows that myelin, a fatty covering that surrounds and insulates neuronal axons, may play…

Tags learning, motor development, motor learning, myelin

Sleep Study: To Earn an A, the Brain Needs Zzzz’s

The latest wave of in-depth studies confirms that which many people already know: the human brain works best when it gets more sleep. Yes, some people require…

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Is The Brain Still Capable of Learning During Sleep? The Debate Continues

It’s been a widely-held belief for ages that, when a person falls asleep, they don’t learn or think because their brain “turns off” while they are sleeping.…

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