Changing lives of clients ages three and older with behavioral characteristics of sound intolerance, auditory processing difficulties, hearing loss, and visual processing difficulties.
Developing individualized Auditory-Visual Training Protocols to improve your ability to respond to vision therapy and auditory integration training.
Providing individualized In-home, Berard-Based Auditory Integration Training to improve sound tolerance, expressive speech, and when needed, transition into wearing a hearing aid.
The questionnaire and guided interview process were developed over time through reading research studies and working with clients of all ages. Their story has become a part of my story. My interactions with clients helped me realize the significance of information shared by clients and their test results. Start the process by completing a Moore Auditory-Visual Questionnaire.
Do you or a loved one suffer from intolerance to quiet and/or loud sounds? Auditory Integration Training improves one’s ability to feel safe and focus more easily while listening and talking, which improves your ability to learn, work and socialize.
Cheri’s love of learning, compassion, and desire to improve client’s quality of life inspired her to freely share what she has learned in videos. All videos help you learn about the impact of sights and sounds upon one’s ability to feel safe, to learn, to work, and to express oneself.
Learn about confounding behavioral characteristics affecting one’s quality of life emotionally, socially, academically, and vocationally. Poor ear, nose, and throat health is often associated with diminished hearing.
Individuals of all ages act tired, sad, depressed, or irritable when over-stimulated by sounds. Many teens and adults with severe intolerance to sounds choose to stay home where they are able to control the sounds around them. Discover how sound intolerance might be keeping you, or your child, from enjoying a rich and full life. The first step is completing a Moore Auditory-Visual Questionnaire.
You can improve your sound tolerance, expressive speech, and ability to wear a hearing aid.
In children, decreased hearing negatively affects brain development. In adults, decrease hearing negatively affects the ability to maintain a strong, integrated brain needed for balance, motor-planning, memory, emotional health, and the ability to listen, comprehend, and remember. Start improving listening skills by completing a Moore Auditory-Visual Questionnaire.
Individuals and professionals may register to use an unlimited number of questionnaires for themselves, family members, friends and clients.
Ages 3 to 5 (pre-Kindergarten)
Ages 5 to 18 (students)
Ages 18 and older (adults)
Use your Auditory-Visual Report and visual activity results to help you communicate concerns, ask for referrals, and develop an intervention plan.
Discover what questions to ask and what to observe during visual activities. Complete questionnaire to receive your Auditory-Visual Report.