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Sound-Based Interventions for Autism

Sound-based interventions are any treatments and therapies which use sound as an intervention technique or which are designed to help someone deal with their hearing sensitivity.  Include noise-reducing headphones.

Sound-based interventions include auditory integration training programmes, such as the Berard Method, the Fast ForWord programme, Samonas Sound Therapy, and the Tomatis Method


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Updated
25 Oct 2017