Individualizing hearing evaluationsfor ages 3 and older with behavioral characteristics of sound intolerance, auditory processing difficulties, and hearing loss.
Advocatingfor a comprehensive hearing and visual evaluation.
Providingindividualized Auditory-Visual Training Protocols and In-home, Berard-based Auditory Integration Training.
Auditory-Visual Intervention Protocols are based on medical findings to assess ability to benefit from intervention and maintain progress improving quality of life emotionally, socially, vocationally, and academically.
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First step: complete the Interactive Screening Questionnaire containing visual activities to
- Identify areas of concerns
- Learn about evidence-based behavioral characteristics associated with:
- Hearing sensitivities,
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Do sounds upset you? Is listening with background sounds and speech too much work? Are you avoiding noisy places, school work, moving, or group conversations?
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Hello, my name is Cheri Moore. As a special education teacher, I was unprepared for the struggles I encountered as I taught my youngest daughter who was later diagnosed with dyslexia, which affected her ability to process information she heard in addition to difficulty maintaining single, clear vision while attempting to read. I knew something was preventing her from working at her level of intelligence. (I encourage you to read posted article on website, Auditory and Visual Dyslexia.)
Likewise, my son struggled with speech fluency and handwriting. He was later diagnosed with attention deficits with hyperactivity and visual processing depth perception difficulties. (In 2019, I will share research concerning ADHD.)
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