Therapeutic Listening is a tool that uses a combination of electronically altered music on CD’s heard through high quality headphones to help with sensory integration.
Therapeutic Listening is an auditory program carried out in a clinic or home setting. It uses a combination of electronically altered music on CD’s. The music is heard through high quality headphones on a portable CD player. The listening program is individualized for each person. The time for listening can vary from up to 30 minutes once a day to 30 minutes twice a day depending on the individualized program. The gains are maximized when listening occurs on a daily basis. (For further information about Therapeutic Listening, visit Vital Sounds.)