Auditory Integration aims to provide information about the benefits of Auditory Integration Training or AIT for short.
AIT has been a subject of many debates where people are arguing about the efficiency and legitimacy of this alternative treatment technique. However, it is clear that so many people have benefitted from undergoing a session of Auditory Integration Training. Just read some of our success stories.
Our ultimate goal is to make the world a better place by providing you with an in-depth resource about how AIT works along with its benefits and any side effects that it might have. We also have links to several sources that tackles AIT in detail.
You have read that we mentioned side effects. Yes, you are here because you want to know if AIT has any side effects. The answer is a big NO! AIT is simple. You just put a headphone on and listen to sounds that will calibrate or fix your auditory abnormalities. For more information about how AIT works, please check our homepage at www.auditoryintegration.net or you can check out our FAQs page.
In short, AIT doesn’t have any proven long-terms side effects. Many individuals have undergone AIT sessions in the 90s and early 2000s and all of them have yet to show any signs or problems linking to any adverse effects caused by their AIT sessions.
While Berard Auditory Integration Training has been extremely effective for some individuals, no guarantee as to the effectiveness in any one specific case can be made by Auditory Integration. Client outcomes can vary widely from individual to individual, and as such, no warranty is stated or implied.
We are not offering AIT as a cure for autism or other disabling conditions. Berard Auditory Integration Training is offered as a means of ameliorating or diminishing some symptoms of autism, attention deficit disorder and other learning disabilities related to auditory processing problems.