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Anger, Teasing and Bullies a Post AIT Experience of an 8 year old boy with Speech Delay and Sensory Integration Issues

Children with developmental delays often experience awkwardness in social and emotional aspects. It is often difficult for them to manage their feelings. It is also compounded by their inability to express how they really feel. This inability to fully express … Continue reading

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AIT Experience of an 8 year old with Speech Delay and Sensory Integration 3 months post AIT

We’ve been fortunate enough to have Mommy C. who has been such an angel at collating Nicky’s changes and experiences since he had his first AIT three months ago.  Most children usually have their changes in AIT after (3) three … Continue reading

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Autism and Advice from the Well Meaning But Not So Knowledgeable Friend

I’m sure most of you have met that “particular” well meaning friend  or  “aunt” whose closest experience to dealing with autism is watching a cousin or a relative grow-up and sharing those experiences. Nothing wrong with sharing, but I do … Continue reading

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Hypersensitivity in Some Kids

Hypersensitivity to sound manifests in multiple ways. A common misconception I often find is that a child is only hypersensitive when he covers his ears. A number of kids are hypersensitive to sound, but don’t necessarily cover their ears. Hypersensitivity … Continue reading

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What My Doctor Said

Sabi ng Doctor Ko There’s a parent I recall meeting on one of our AIT seminars. Everytime he would ask us a question, he would always start with a quote from his doctor . I never argue with a parent … Continue reading

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Dyslexia, Auditory Processing and AIT

In the 1970’s Albert Galaburda, M.D., researcher at Harvard University, did autopsies on brains of people who had been diagnosed with dyslexia and compared them with brains of people who had no learning disabilities. He learned that people with dylexia … Continue reading

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