Your children will learn to identify the frequencies/sounds they align with and those they don't.
- 1 hr1 hour
- 50 US dollars$50
- Seabrook Road
Sound sensitivity (known as hyperacusis) is common in autistic children. Some noises might make a child uncomfortable, especially loud or shrill noises, but many children are sensitive to quieter sounds. Sound is everywhere. Sound and noise are technically the same. Noise, however, is something that we can hear, but don’t necessarily want to hear. Sound therapy is an exploration with vibrations and eliminating the noise. I provide a safe place for a child to explore sound with audio equipment that they use, tuning forks and other sound devices. The child is given the opportunity to identify the frequencies that they align with and sounds that help them, while distinguishing unhealthy frequencies. Sound therapy helps by: - Helps the child cope with changes and social interactions - Provides correct frequencies to help the body retune itself and align itself - Helps the body heal itself
49 Seabrook Road, Salisbury, MA 01952, USA