Emotional Wellness

Bridging the Gap Between

You      Professionals      Loved Ones



Loved Ones

Watch and observe people responses. What was the normal response? What key behaviors communicate concern?

Are you searching for answers and concerned about a loved one?

Would you like to understand the root of their emotional distress?

As we work together, what I share helps you learn how to meet the needs of your loved one. There is no judgment. It is not your fault.

Be kind to yourself

Sometimes grieving is a part of this process for you and your loved one. It is okay to cry and feel mixed emotions of:

  • Relief & hope
  • Guilt, Oh no, I …
  • Anger, Why did it take so long?
  • Sadness
  • Impatience

Medical-induced anxiety from sound intolerance is real.

Avoids Noise → Isolation

Ear Pain → Anxious

Missed Parts of the Conversation → Embarrassed

How well could you pay attention if you heard everything?

All the noise outside of the room → Overwhelmed

All the conversations in the room → Distracted Listening

Auditory Integration Training strengthens your ability to tolerate sounds and listen with comprehension.

How would you feel if no matter how hard you worked, learning and/or moving remained difficult?

Reading → Headache

Accident Prone → Anxious

Visual Attention → miss body language, details

Even mild hearing loss greatly affects your brain, your balance, and your visual processing skills?

Weakens Memory → Frustrating

Distorts Sound → Mishears

Disrupts Balance → Angry, loss of independence

Out of Sync Eyes and Ears → Fight & Flight, Emotional Distress

Together, we can identify and meet the emotional and physical needs of your loved one, step-by-step.

Moore Auditory Integration Training bridges the gap improving communication between you, family members, and professionals.

Auditory Processing

During a conversation, do you feel the need to interrupt to share your thoughts or ask a question?

After listening, do you misunderstand or forget what was said?

Visual Processing

In familiar environments, do you bump into stationary objects?

Despite your intelligence, do you struggle to learn or write?

Sound Intolerance

Do you avoid noisy places or cover your ears when there are loud sounds?

Is it difficult to listen in noisy environments?

FDA Statement On AIT

“Auditory Integration Training remediates impairments in auditory discrimination (sound sensitivity and auditory distortion) associated with Autism, Learning Disabilities, and related disorders – ADD, ADHD, CAPD (Central Auditory Processing Deficits), SPD (Sensory Processing Disorder), Dyslexia.

Are you ready to complete the Moore Auditory-Visual Questionnaire?

Discover what questions to ask and what to observe during visual activities.
Complete the questionnaire to receive your Auditory-Visual Report.