Langston Pediatric Therapy

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An expansion of Sensory Intergration, Therapeutic Listening is an individualized auditory intervention program that uses the organized sound patterns inherent in music to help children who experience challenges with sensory processing dysfunction, listening, attention, and communication.

Sensory Integration is defined by how the brain registers all sensory information from our environment and from within the body, interprets that information, and decides how to integrate the information for the purpose of an adaptive response, including what we hear. Using Therapeutic Listening CDs and special headphones, your child is provided auditory information in rhythmical sound patterns designed to provide a sensory integrative experience. Through a structured program of listening to specially designed music, selected and customized for your child, the nervous system is triggered, affecting the whole brain and whole body process.

Therapeutic Listening assists with the following:

  • Central Auditory Processing Disorder
  • Sensory Integration Disorder
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Down Syndrome
  • Learing Disabilities
  • Balance Disorders