Moore-In-Sync: Hearing, Vision, & Relationships
As a former homeschooling parent, I remember the challenges. We all want the best for our children. We see their potential, gifts, and struggles.
Intervention was so life-changing that I became an advocate for parents, students, and adults. One advocacy tool, Moore Auditory-Visual Questionnaires, identify specific behaviors connected to learning struggles and generates a personalized report to guide you through your next steps.
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Build a stronger relationship with your loved one as you see through activities and hear through their answers how their world looks and feels through their eyes and ears.
The Moore Auditory-Visual Questionnaire guides the development of your intervention plan to minimize the risk of regression and maximize your response.
The MAvQ is designed for:
Those with a diagnosis
Those without a diagnosis
My search for answers began while teaching early intervention in the 1990’s; all my preschool students struggled with both expressive speech and fine motor difficulties. I wondered, “What is the connection between speech and fine motor?” As an undergraduate student at Memphis State University, I learned from one of my professors known for development of preschool assessment tools. I saw firsthand the negative effects of medical difficulties on development in babies and preschoolers. In awe, I saw these little ones catch up and sometimes even surpass expectations after direct intervention. Equally important were my interactions with families as I witnessed an increase in positive interactions with their child. In hindsight, I believe this is when I became an advocate for parents and struggling learners of any age.
What Our Clients Say
Brain Integration Therapy (BIT) has helped me see the world in a new light. When I was young, everything was hard to understand; grasping something new was difficult, of course, but I felt discouraged in my struggles and wanted to quit every new thing early. I was angry many times, always at myself. I remember thinking of myself as stupid because I was unable to learn something quickly. Two years of Brain Integration Therapy, and I was no longer a quitter at heart. My eyes had opened, and my brain had learned how to persevere through trials. One year of Auditory Integration Therapy (AIT) helped my brain to process words the right way. Often, I would ask somebody to ‘say that again’ or hear things backwards; sometimes I would hear the opposite meaning in what someone would say. My brain can now track things at a faster pace, hear things in an organized fashion, and I now see myself as a conqueror of trials with the right amount of determination.
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