August 17, 2018 – The Buffalo News –
This article focuses on integrated listening. Integrated listening systems, including kinesthetic listening, help improve brain organization and function in people of all ages. It can have the greatest impact on tactile learners who struggle with traditional teaching methods. The Smiths said it has helped create new milestones for those with learning challenges that include autism, Down syndrome, central auditory processing, attention and hyperactivity deficits, social anxiety and depression.
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