The Sound Learning Centre has bee featured on several television programmes including the BBC, ITV, Sky News and Discovery Channel. Please contact us for further information.
Case Study and feedback after Auditory Integration Training (AIT) for a 4.5 year old girl with speech delay and sound sensitivity following a seizure in early months of life.
The Daily Telegraph's Health section featured Andrew, a disruptive 10 year old with education problems and how the Sound Learning Centre helped him with sound therapy.
It is with a heavy heart that we must inform you all of the passing of Dr Guy Bérard at his home in Annecy, France. He was 98.
The father of the Bérard method of Auditory Integration Training, he was a mentor & dear friend.
This is a link to a visitor post on our Facebook page describing the progress of her son during and following therapies at our Centre.
ABC Radio (the Australian equivalent of the BBC) has a programme called The Health Report. In December 2008 the programme focused on children with speech & language problems. The programme is called Gap Kids, referring to children who 'fall through the gap' between different educational services.
We are delighted to announce the publication of the updated and expanded edition of Dr Bérard’s long out of print classic book about Auditory Integration Training (AIT).
Music education in the western world often emphasizes musical literacy, the ability to read musical notation fluently. But this is not always an easy task – even for professional musicians. Which raises the question: Is there such a thing as musical dyslexia?
Paper published in Proceedings of AIC 14th Congress Milano 2021
In March 2016 we attended the most successful conference in the history of the ILA, with multiple events, including presentations, "Light-in-Action" workshops, light exhibitions, and concerts which took place at the Sigmund Freud University in Vienna - a truly splendid event!
In 2013 at its 68th session, the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) proclaimed 2015 as the International Year of Light and Light-based Technologies (IYL2015) to recognise the importance of light-based technologies in meeting the needs of humankind.
As representatives of The International Light Association (ILA), Pauline Allen and Phil Stickland were delighted to have been able to attend the opening ceremony of the International Year of Light and Light-based Technologies (IYL2015), held at the UNESCO Headquarters in Paris, on 19 and 20 January 2015.
We are delighted that once again we have been invited to the Isle of Man to provide an Outreach Programme sponsored by Manx Mencap. We provide assessments, sound and light therapies to help children and adults with learning and sensory difficulties improve performance.