Auditory Integration Training (AIT) is an intensive program consisting of two sessions per day over a ten day period. It uses filtered music delivered via headphones.
AIT is typically scheduled for twice daily listening sessions over a period of ten days. A typical session of AIT includes 30 minutes of listening to music plus 30 minutes of body work guided by an occupational or physical therapist.
The Benefits of AIT
Therapeutic benefits of AIT include decreasing sound hypersensitivity as well as assisting in the development of self-regulation, spatial orientation, and speech/language skills.
AIT intensives can benefit children with a range of concerns including:
• Auditory hypersensitivities
• Speech/language delays
• Social emotional skill delays
• Body/spatial awareness challenges
Interested in learning more about Auditory Integration Training (AIT) intensives?
Please call 847.663.1020 ext. 153 to speak to one of out therapist.
Other therapeutic intensive treatments offered at Beth Osten & Associates.
Bike Riding - An intensive that supports achieving this milestone by working step by step until we can “lose the training wheels.”
Fine Motor - This focuses on promoting improvement of hand strength and coordination, visual-motor connection, as well as other skills needed to meet the fine motor demands of various age groups.
Handwriting - We address the foundational elements of developing fine motor skills including strength, coordination, and manipulation, all in a fun and supportive environment.
Sensory Integration & Sensory Processing - Our goal is facilitate improvement in processing and integrating sensory information to promote better access to social interaction and daily functional tasks across environments.
Interactive Metronome® - We combine therapist expertise with IM technology to support the improvement of Neurotiming within key parts of the brain involved in motor and sensory skills, cognition, and communication.