Do you have a child who is good at certain things but struggles with executive functioning and focus in general? Do you find your kid fidgety, lacking attention and emotional regulation has a diagnosis of ASD, ADD, ADHD, or auditory processing disorder? Does your child suffer in day-to-day life or school due to learning and communication disorders? Then keep reading… I have always been on the lookout for multisensory approaches to support learning. Sound healing therapy uses aspects of music to improve physical and emotional health and well-being. My son is minimally verbal(has delayed echolalia) and possesses a great liking
Piecing language for a gestalt language learner has been quite an interesting and exhaustive task. While you have to retain your focus on core words one has to teach them as practically as possible. Do you find yourself in a scenario where you are stuck with therapists doing random words that are hard to generalize?