Listen4Life

Phone: 02 6260 5777

Email business

www.listen4life.com
Opening Hours
Monday: 09:00 - 18:00
Tuesday: 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday - Friday: 09:00 - 18:00
Saturday - Sunday: Closed

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Opening Hours
Level 2, 16 Wilbow Street, Phillip ACT, 2606

Monday
09:00 - 18:00

Tuesday
09:00 - 17:00

Wednesday - Friday
09:00 - 18:00

Saturday - Sunday
Closed

Listen4Life
Category: Alternative Health Care

Key contact details for Listen4Life
Phone
02 6260 5777
Email
Email business
Website
www.listen4life.com
Address
Level 2, 16 Wilbow Street, Phillip ACT, 2606
 

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"Something isn't right with my child and no-one will take me seriously!" We understand how sensory issues can undermine performance and learning. Gentle drug-free programs to target causes not symptoms. Programs for all ages - under performing, learning or social difficulty, poor listening or attention, low energy or self-esteem. Our Listening therapy is based on the pioneering work of Dr Alfred Tomatis. Our listening therapy retrains the auditory system and the brain to help normalise the way you process sound. He discovered that good listening is the key to effective learning and attention. Listening therapy programs can improve posture, attention, learning, communication, memory, energy levels and are very helpful for those with learning or emotional regulation difficulties, poor social skills or immaturity. Listening is very different to hearing. Listening is an active process we can choose to do while hearing is passive and automatic. As the ear and brain becomes receptive to high frequency sounds, energy and performance increases and a feeling of wellness becomes more common. Listening therapy has a long tradition in Europe. We use Integrated Listening System programs to re-train the way you listen to yourself and the world around you. They are designed to normalise auditory, visual, balance and motor performance. Clinic programs range over 15-30 sessions over five to ten weeks and can incorporate voice/speech training as required. We also offer Listening therapy at home or school. You only need to listen for 15 minutes per day while you relax or play. Delivered on a CD-Walkman or iPod through quality headphones. We can assess you remotely by e-mail or if possible via a face-face assessment. Reading or speech delay is phonics the issue? We can determine your child's reading age and measure phonemic awareness and sound discrimination. This allows us to identify those likely to find reading difficult and at risk of not mastering reading. Movement programs are useful for those children who never crawled, who are clumsy, have poor balance, co-ordination or motor skills and for those with social or behavioural difficulties including ADHD. So we integrate sensory-motor elements into many of our programs. Book an assessment before it gets too difficult as they get older Our listening therapy use specially recorded classical music and nature sounds to retrain the way you process sound and the way you listen. Our programs are designed to educate and exercise your ears and brain to focus on those sounds, which are useful, and to filter out those that are not.

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    "Something isn't right with my child and no-one will take me seriously!" We understand how sensory issues can undermine performance and learning. Gentle drug-free programs to target causes not symptoms. Programs for all ages - under performing, learning or social difficulty, poor listening or attention, low energy or self-esteem. Our Listening therapy is based on the pioneering work of Dr Alfred Tomatis. Our listening therapy retrains the auditory system and the brain to help normalise the way you process sound. He discovered that good listening is the key to effective learning and attention. Listening therapy programs can improve posture, attention, learning, communication, memory, energy levels and are very helpful for those with learning or emotional regulation difficulties, poor social skills or immaturity. Listening is very different to hearing. Listening is an active process we can choose to do while hearing is passive and automatic. As the ear and brain becomes receptive to high frequency sounds, energy and performance increases and a feeling of wellness becomes more common. Listening therapy has a long tradition in Europe. We use Integrated Listening System programs to re-train the way you listen to yourself and the world around you. They are designed to normalise auditory, visual, balance and motor performance. Clinic programs range over 15-30 sessions over five to ten weeks and can incorporate voice/speech training as required. We also offer Listening therapy at home or school. You only need to listen for 15 minutes per day while you relax or play. Delivered on a CD-Walkman or iPod through quality headphones. We can assess you remotely by e-mail or if possible via a face-face assessment. Reading or speech delay is phonics the issue? We can determine your child's reading age and measure phonemic awareness and sound discrimination. This allows us to identify those likely to find reading difficult and at risk of not mastering reading. Movement programs are useful for those children who never crawled, who are clumsy, have poor balance, co-ordination or motor skills and for those with social or behavioural difficulties including ADHD. So we integrate sensory-motor elements into many of our programs. Book an assessment before it gets too difficult as they get older Our listening therapy use specially recorded classical music and nature sounds to retrain the way you process sound and the way you listen. Our programs are designed to educate and exercise your ears and brain to focus on those sounds, which are useful, and to filter out those that are not.

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