Holistic Auditory Visual Integrative Therapy

 

Mission:

Holistic Intervention to Improve

Therapeutic Outcomes and Maintain Progress

 

Primary Vision

It is the vision of Holistic Auditory Visual Integrative Therapy (HAIVT), trademark of Moore Auditory Integration Training, to help clients and professionals understand the effects of sound intolerance, auditory processing deficits, visual processing difficulties, and hearing loss on relationships, emotional health, and learning.

Additionally, it is the vision of HAVIT to train Professionals to ask key questions helping them know when to complete auditory and visual observation activities and recommend completion of a Moore Auditory Visual Questionnaire Report to facilitate:

  • Emotional health and motivation
  • Communication of client’s needs with family members and professionals
  • Advocacy and collaboration with professionals
  • Support clients through referrals, understanding test results, and development of an intervention plan
  • Guide the referral process
  • Research Development

    Disclosure

    The contents of havit.care and havit.course including all graphic and supporting documents, developed by the founding company, Moore Auditory Integration Training, LLC (“MAIT”) are strictly for informational purposes only and should be utilized in coordination and close conjunction with licensed medical professionals.

    It is your responsibility to download all resources, complete a Moore Auditory Visual Questionnaire, and complete coursework provided on havit.courses. For those not completing holistic auditory visual integration training, it is your responsibility to watch all videos; to print and review all supporting documents; and to complete the recommended activities associated with the inner ear’s vestibular system, binocular visual skills, visual processing skills, and auditory processing skills.

    Activities

    The Moore Auditory Visual Observation Activities, animated and PowerPoint videos, and questions on Moore Auditory Visual Questionnaires are not a complete list representative of all the different types of binocular visual skills, visual processing skills, and auditory processing skills.

    Moore Auditory-Visual Questionnaire Report

    The contents of the Moore Auditory-Visual Questionnaire Report are not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. MAIT makes no representations or warranties with respect to the accuracy or completeness of this report.

    Always seek the advice of a licensed medical professional with respect to any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. You should never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read within this website or Moore Auditory-Visual Questionnaire Report; accordingly, you should consult with a licensed medical professional for more information.

    Program Evaluation Study Invitation:

    Moore Auditory Integration Training invites all users of the Moore Auditory Visual Questionnaires, Moore Auditory Visual Observation Activity Booklet, and HAVIT.courses to participate in a program evaluation in the hopes of facilitating a future retrospective study.

    Information will help us better understand the patterns of coexisting auditory and visual processing dysfunctions and deficits. Please check the box during the registration process if you agree we can contact you to ask for a copy of test results from your audiologist and developmental optometrist or neuro-rehabilitation optometrist.

      It's a TEAM effort!

      Cheri Moore, Ed.S., LMSW, Educational Specialist, License Master of Social Work under supervision, certified auditory integration trainer

      Collaborating with

      • Therapists, Teachers, & Professionals
      • Ear, Nose and Throat Specialists 
      • Audiologists agreeing to test additional areas of concern
      • Audiologist specializing in CAPD
      • Developmental Optometrists and Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Optometrists