There is a wide range of resources, books and websites that you might find helpful.
# Treating Autism, by Dr. Bernard Rimland and Dr. Stephen Edelson
# Hearing Equals Behavior, by Guy Berard, M.D.(out of print)
# Sound of a Miracle, a child's triumph over autism by Annabel Stehli
# Dancing in the Rain, by Annabel Stehli
# Sound of the Falling Snow, by Annabel Stehli
# Overcoming Autism, by Georgiana Thomas (Annabel Stehli's daughter)
# Thinking in Pictures, by Temple Grandin
# Emergence - Labeled Autistic, by Temple Grandin
# Unraveling the Mystery of Autism & PDD, by Karyn Seroussi
The Autism Research Institute (ARI), a non-profit organization, was established in 1967. ARI is primarily devoted to conducting research, and to disseminating the results of research, on the causes of autism and on methods of preventing, diagnosing and treating autism and other severe behavioral disorders of childhood. We provide information based on research to parents and professionals throughout the world.
The Earducator After intensive design and development effort based on new specifications provided by Dr. Guy Bérard, the first prototype EARDUCATOR was built in 1997, followed early in 1998 by improved versions. One of these was tested by Dr. Bérard and received his approval.
IDEA Training Center Pages on this website contain information relating to: Berard AIT, attention deficit disorder, auditory processing disorder, auditory hypersensitivity, dyslexia, learning disabilities, sensory integration disorder, developmental disabilities, and AIT practitioner training.
Society for Auditory Intervention Techniques (SAIT) The Society for Auditory Intervention Techniques (SAIT) is a non-profit organization and is located in Salem, Oregon. SAIT distributes information about auditory integration training (AIT) and other auditory-based interventions to professionals and parents.