The basic information for Audiva® hearing training

For auditory percetion and processing dysfunction, attention deficit syndrome (ADS and ADHS), language and speech disorders, learning deficits, dyslexia, legasthenia, hyperacousia (noise sensitivity), hyper- and hypoactivity,
aphasia, dysacousia (impairment of hearing).

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The english version is from 2003 but it even shows our work.

 

What it is about: ........................................3

Definition of auditory perception: 3
Feelings under control? 3
Performance or Ethics? 4
Causes of auditory deficits: 4
Hearing: Quality and Quantity 4
What is Quality? 4
Music Therapy: 4

Hearing and Perception ..............................5

Hearing influences Emotions 5
Hearing influences speech 5
Hearing influences movement 5
Hearing is always an active process 5
Distribution of Information 6

auditory pathway .......................................7

From sound to conscious perception 7
Functional components of Hearing: 7

INDICATION .............................................8

Anamnesis: 8
Diagnosic phase: 8
Symptoms and causal deficits: 8
Summary: 8
Characteristics of auditory perception deficits: 8
Auditory attention: 8
Hyperactivity and Attention deficit Syndrome: 9
Hypoactivity 9
Problems of coordination 9
Speech- and Speaking- disorders 9
Disorder in flow of words 10
Partial Deficits like: 10
Aphasia: 10
Noise Sensitivity (Hyperacusia) 11
Hard of Hearing/ partial deafness 11
Tinnitus: 11

Diagnosis and Therapy .............................12

Table of contents: 12
Anamnesis and Diagnosis: ........................13
Anamnesis: 13
Auditory Perception 13
Testing direction hearing (R): 13
Tone height differentiation (T) testing 13
Testing of Disturbing-/Useful Noise Discrimination 13
Testing of both ears (dichotic testing): 13
Testing Memory abilities 14
Order threshold (O) testing 14
Testing Synchronizing (S) 14
Associated movements: 15
Audiometric tests 15

Training for auditory perception .................16

Training from home - borrowing service 16
Hearing training method according to AUDIVA 16
Use 16

Hearing perception training (HPT) ..............17

The single components of hearing perception training
(HPT) 17
Music in phase A 17
Text in phase B 17
High Pitch training • Emphasis of high frequencies 18
Lateral Training • The movement of sound between
both ears. 18
Hearing perception training HPT 19
Vibrotactile arousal and bone conduction 19
CD-Player/Discman, Computer, MP3, Minidisk 19
Technique in the therapeutic setting 20
Hemispheric Coordination Training 20

Functional training methods .......................22

Way of working 22
Order threshold training (Ol) and (Os) 22
Synchrony training (S) 23
Tone pitch training (P) 23
Direction hearing (D) 23

Therapy material ......................................24

The training programme ............................25

Phase A: activation of Hearing 25
Phase B: speech integration 26
Phase C: break 27
If training at home is not possible… 27

Case studies ............................................28

Functional effects: 28
Emotional effects: 28
Vegetative effects: 28
Brain areas 28