The Sound Learning Centre is based in London, UK, and offers a range sound, light and motor & sensory development programmes including Auditory Integration Training, SAMONAS Sound Therapy, Neuro-Developmental Delay (NDD) Reflex Inhibition Programme, Brain Gym and others.
Coverage on Myomancy.com
20/09/2005 Inside Out on AIT and The Sound Learning Centre
27/01/2005 Light Works
05/11/2004 Let There Be Light
02/11/2004 Assessment at the Sound Learning Centre
02/08/2004 Sound Learning Centre Open Day
The Davis Centre Specialises in hearing and speech therapies including the Tomatis Method, Samonas and the Interactive Metronome. Based in New Jersey, USA
Since 1976 Learning Connections in Australia has been offering help with learning difficulties. It uterlizes the SMART programme and Samonas Sound Therapy. It also runs teacher training courses.
DTA are based in North Carolina, USA and offer various treatment programmes including summer camps as well as lectures and educational events for teachers and parents.
Brightstar combines eye tracking training along with more traditional dyslexia coaching on spelling, reading and writing in their two centres in London and the South East of England. They offer 6 or 8 week courses which involved regular attendance at their centres.
Brightstar also have centres in California, USA
Coverage of Brightstar on Myomancy
22nd February 2006 Brightstar Netherlands
27th September 2005 Brightstar Open London Centre
1st May 2005 Brightstar Article
29th April 2005 Brightstar USA
27th April 2005 Brightstar, Epoch, Kullok and Biofeedback
8th April 2005 Brightstar Study
15th February 2005 Brightstar Research Paper Published
27th December 2004 Brightstar in the News
11th June 2004 Conflict of Interest?
7th June 2004 Nottingham University Study
Dr Levinson is one of pioneers in the field having first identified links between dyslexia and the vestibular in the early 1970’s. Author of several books on the subject, Dr Levinson runs a clinic in New York, NY, USA.
The LCP Solution: The Remarkable Nutritional Treatment For ADHD, Dyslexia and Dyspraxia
Dr Jacqueline Stordy, Malcolm Nicholl
To quote the back cover: “[This book] presents a major breakthrough in the treatment of … ADHD, dyslexia and dyspraxia”. And it does just that, presenting a clear case for the importance of Long Chain Polyunsaturated fatty acids (LCPs) in brain development and the critical role they have with learning problems such as dyslexia.
A comprehensive history of Dyslexia by a researcher into the genetics of Dyslexia is available online as a PDF file. Another more detailed look at how ideas about Dyslexia have developed from a Clinical Neuropsychology point of view can be found here [PDF].
BBC Radio 4’s Case Notes programme this week focuses on Autism and how there appears to have to been a rise in frequency from 1 in 1000 in the 1960’s to close to 1 in 100 today. Nothing amazingly new in the programme but a good, balanced discussion on Autism.