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Many children are misdiagnosed as having Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) when their root issues go unnoticed or excluded under categorical/label-focused assessments. Generally, sensory motor integration combined with auditory processing (processing sounds) difficulties may manifest symptoms that look like ADD/ADHD.

Sensory Motor Integration (SMI) + Auditory Processing (AP) Difficulties = May misled to ADD/ ADHD + wrong drug prescription

AuditoryPro™ is a scientifically-based early literacy programme integrated with Earobics®1, an award-winning aural computer software. Its adaptive technology automatically adjusts game-play and progress according to the skill level of each learner. Systematic control of visual cues, auditory feedback, rate and length of sound units presented and competing background noise, is another hallmark.

AuditoryPro™ gives learners the extra edge by involving learners through a series of developmental-interactive activities with their peers in a group setting, overseen by an Early Intervention Specialist. By participating in such activities, learners will demonstrate and apply their auditory prowess through interactions that closely mimic situations in their daily life.

Your child is able to demonstrate what he/she has learned in our class through stimulating activities designed to empower and reinforce his/her auditory repertoire.

1Earobics® adaptive technology automatically adjusts game-play and progress according to the skill level of each user. Systematic control of visual cues and auditory feedback is another hallmark of the software.

  • Scientifically-based early literacy programme integrated with Earobics®, an award-winning aural computer software.
  • Adaptive technology automatically adjusts game-play and progress according to the skill level of each learner.
  • Customised learning with systematic control of visual cues, auditory feedback, rate and length of sound units presented and competing background noise. Series of developmental-interactive activities with their peers in a group setting, to concretize brain stimulation.
  • Learners will demonstrate and apply their auditory prowess through interactions that closely mimic situations in their daily life, designed to empower and reinforce his/her auditory repertoire.
Benefits For All Children
  • Strengthen auditory processing skills and memory
  • Improve listening skills and receptive language
  • Boost attention span and concentration
  • Enhance reading, spelling and literacy abilities
Highly Essential For Children

Fix an appointment for your child to go for our Dynamic Diagnostic Assessment (DDA) to identify your child’s learning and developmental strengths and weaknesses.