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Sensory Processing Disorder and The Listening Program

Kids out of sync... ADHD, autism, learning and memory problems...Now the amazing remedy - an Adelaide first - helping the kids get back on track. Video features interviews with two families who completed The Listening Program. Tracey Butler is also interviewed. She is the Director of Links to Learning, Advanced Brain Technologies Australian and New Zealand representative.
Case Study
Traumatic Brain Injury
Very excited to share my presentation from The Advanced Brain Technologies Conference with you. Enjoy the incredible journey of my very special friend Charmaine who has defied her doctors devastating prognosis that she would NEVER eat, NEVER walk and NEVER talk. This girl and her family are four of the most amazing people I have ever been privileged to work with. Neuroplasticity what a GIFT! TLP Conference 2015
inTime Research in Russia
inTime Research in Russia Groundbreaking research was presented by speech pathologist Dr. Victoria Efimov on her scientific investigations with pediatric neurologist Dr. Oleg Efimov on inTime in St. Petersburg, Russia. Their findings showed in part that inTime demonstrates effectiveness for children with various developmental disorders according to quantitative assessment using the Complex Technique Subcortical Auditory Evoked Responses (CASER), which includes testing of the P300 wave, cerebellar function, and more.
Music Does Profound Things To Your Brain
Music Does Profound Things To Your Brain In this video Max sits down with Alex Doman, creator of The Listening Program, to learn about how music and sound can heal and enhance your brain.
inTime Provider Training Intro
inTime Provider Training Intro Are you a clinician or educator? Attend a web or live inTime provider training course and you'll acquire the knowledge you need to begin implementing this exciting practice for influencing brain performance including self-regulation, sensory motor function, and interaction. Upon successful completion of this course, learners are authorized to offer inTime, the revolutionary new rhythm-based music listening method from the creators of The Listening Program®. Earn up to 14 CEU's

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Julian Treasure: 5 ways to listen better
Julian Treasure: 5 ways to listen better In our louder and louder world, says sound expert Julian Treasure, "We are losing our listening." In this short, fascinating talk, Treasure shares five ways to re-tune your ears for conscious listening -- to other people and the world around you.
Sleep Genius App
Sleep Genius App The World's Most Scientifically Advanced Sleep App available for iOS and Android
Sensory Processing Disorder Australia
Sensory Processing Disorder and The Listening Program Kids out of sync... ADHD, autism, learning and memory problems...Now the amazing remedy - an Adelaide first - helping the kids get back on track. Video features interviews with two families who completed The Listening Program. Tracey Butler is also interviewed. She is the Director of Links to Learning, Advanced Brain Technologies Australian and New Zealand representative.
Ethan Story: TLP Spectrum Testimonial
Ethan Story: TLP Spectrum Testimonial Jonathan Yu of British Columbia, Canada shares the unfolding story of his son Ethan who started reading after just twelve sessions listening to TLP Spectrum! TLP Spectrum is part of the award-winning The Listening Program family of evidence based sound brain fitness products from Advanced Brain Technologies. Thank you to Jonathan Yu for sharing Ethan's inspiring story and to Ross and Lisa Pearson of Accomplished Learning Centre for providing this video! Keep up the great work Ethan!
Autism Approved Interview
Autism Approved talks with Alex Doman Autism Approved talks with Alex Doman, founder and CEO of Advanced Brain Technologies and author of Healing at the Speed of Sound®. What is The Listening Program® and how does it help those on the autism spectrum?
Book Trailer
Healing at the Speed of Sound In Healing at the Speed of Sound, Don Campbell, bestselling author of The Mozart Effect, and Alex Doman, founder of Advanced Brain Technologies tap cutting-edge science to show how we can use sound to improve our lives and achieve our goals. Based on over a decade of new research, this book includes over seventy active links that lead to audio and video supplements, free music downloads and more. Available everywhere print and eBooks are sold.
Author
Introduction
Healing at the Speed of Sound This is an introduction to Healing at the Speed of Sound® from the authors.

In Healing at the Speed of Sound, Don Campbell, bestselling author of The Mozart Effect, and Alex Doman, founder of Advanced Brain Technologies tap cutting- edge science to show how we can use sound to improve our lives and achieve our goals. Based on over a decade of new research, Campbell and Doman, show how we can use music-and silence-to become more efficient, productive, relaxed, and healthy. Available everywhere books are sold.
eBook Trailer
Healing at the Speed of Sound The Healing at the Speed of Sound Amplified Edition is an immersive experience for readers. In addition to seventy active links to audio and video supplements that are included in the standard edition, the amplified e-book includes exclusive audio commentary from the authors and even more music downloads. Available everywhere enhanced and amplified eBooks are sold.
Traumatic Brain
Injury
Traumatic Brain Injury Several years ago, Nikki Pappas, one of our former employees shared her frustration with how little assistance her family had been able to get while trying to find help for her mother, who had suffered a traumatic brain injury. The family had essentially been told that nothing more could be done for her mom: that she would either regain neurological function or wouldn't. Luckily Nikki shared the family's experience with her coworkers at ABT, and as a result her family consulted with one of our outstanding providers in Texas, Sally Bober, MS, CCC-SLP.
What is The
Listening Program?
What is The Listening Program? The Listening Program® (TLP) is a music listening therapy that provides engaging brain stimulation to improve performance in school, work and life. Learn more about TLP, who it benefits, and the touching stories professionals and families share about their experience using this life-changing program.
Primetime Feature -
TLP
PrimeTime Feature PrimeTime feature on The Listening Program, and how it can benefit those with auditory processing issues.
MS Case Study -
TLP
MS Case Study MS Case study presented by Bryan Gee at the 2006 ABT International Conference.
Mother's Comments
TLP
A Mother's Commments on The Listening Program Clara Hurtado Lee has a son on the autism spectrum. She talks about how The Listening Program has helped him.
TLP Autism
Treatment
The Listening Program as an Autism Treatment Donna Kelly, Director of Occupational Therapy provides an overview on how The Listening Program is used for patients on the autism spectrum.


Located in New Brunswick, New Jersey Children's Specialized Hospital is the largest pediatric rehabilitation hospital in the United States. It has several sites, 50 Advanced Brain Technologies Providers trained on staff and has been using The Listening Program for the past ten years.
TLP - Children's Specialized Hospital
Children's Specialized Hospital-TLP Overview March 2009 Donna Kelly, Director of Occupational Therapy provides an overview on how The Listening Program is used for patients on the autism spectrum.


Located in New Brunswick, New Jersey Children's Specialized Hospital is the largest pediatric rehabilitation hospital in the United States. It has several sites, 50 Advanced Brain Technologies Providers trained on staff and has been using The Listening Program for the past ten years.
Bone Conduction System Instructions
ABT Bone Conduction Audio System Instructional Video Watch this video for detailed instructions on using the ABT Bone Conduction equipment for use with The Listening Program.


Learn the correct configuration and setup. Also learn how to adjust your settings and avoid potential problems.
Testimonials
Advanced Brain Technologies Testimonials Hear what people are saying about ABTs products and services.


inTime Panel Discussion Video Series: Rockefeller University
Introductions (Part 1)
inTime Panel Discussion - Rockefeller University: Introductions (Part 1) Part 1 provides an introduction to the event, panelists, and moderator.

The Rockefeller University & Advanced Brain Technologies proudly present a panel discussion with Alex Doman, Sheila Allen, MA, OTR, Nacho Arimany, and Kamran Fallahpour, Ph.D.

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Tempo and Rhythm (Part 2)
inTime Panel Discussion - Rockefeller University: Tempo and Rhythm (Part 2) In Part 2 Nacho Arimany explains the difference between tempo and rhythm

The Rockefeller University & Advanced Brain Technologies proudly present a panel discussion with Alex Doman, Sheila Allen, MA, OTR, Nacho Arimany, and Kamran Fallahpour, Ph.D.

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Cultural Importance of Rhythm (Part 3)
inTime Panel Discussion - Rockefeller University: Cultural Importance of Rhythm (Part 3) In Part 3 Nacho Arimany shares his views on the value of rhythm and traditions in community and cultures.

The Rockefeller University & Advanced Brain Technologies proudly present a panel discussion with Alex Doman, Sheila Allen, MA, OTR, Nacho Arimany, and Kamran Fallahpour, Ph.D.

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Rhythm in Clinical Practice (Part 4)
inTime Panel Discussion - Rockefeller University: Rhythm in Clinical Practice (Part 4) In Part 4, occupational therapist Sheila Allen discusses how she uses rhythm and music in her clinical practice within a framework of sensory integration.

The Rockefeller University & Advanced Brain Technologies proudly present a panel discussion with Alex Doman, Sheila Allen, MA, OTR, Nacho Arimany, and Kamran Fallahpour, Ph.D.

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Using Rhythm for inTime (Part 5)
inTime Panel Discussion - Rockefeller University: Using Rhythm for inTime (Part 5) In Part 5 Alex Doman explains what informed the decision to use rhythm and world music for music listening therapy.

The Rockefeller University & Advanced Brain Technologies proudly present a panel discussion with Alex Doman, Sheila Allen, MA, OTR, Nacho Arimany, and Kamran Fallahpour, Ph.D.

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Neuroscience Research on Rhythm (Part 6))
inTime Panel Discussion - Rockefeller University: Neuroscience Research on Rhythm (Part 6) In Part 6 Sheila Allen discusses recent neuroscience research on beat perception, rhythm, and moving to a beat.

The Rockefeller University & Advanced Brain Technologies proudly present a panel discussion with Alex Doman, Sheila Allen, MA, OTR, Nacho Arimany, and Kamran Fallahpour, Ph.D.

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Neuroscience Influence on inTime (Part 7)
inTime Panel Discussion - Rockefeller University: Neuroscience Influence on inTime (Part 7) In Part 7 Alex Doman shares how neuroscience has influenced the creation of inTime.

The Rockefeller University & Advanced Brain Technologies proudly present a panel discussion with Alex Doman, Sheila Allen, MA, OTR, Nacho Arimany, and Kamran Fallahpour, Ph.D.

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inTime Movement and Activities (Part 8)
inTime Panel Discussion - Rockefeller University: inTime Movement and Activities (Part 8) In Part 8, occupational therapist Sheila Allen explains the integration of movement and rhythmic activities within the inTime method.

The Rockefeller University & Advanced Brain Technologies proudly present a panel discussion with Alex Doman, Sheila Allen, MA, OTR, Nacho Arimany, and Kamran Fallahpour, Ph.D.

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inTime Music Production (Part 9)
inTime Panel Discussion - Rockefeller University: inTime Music Production (Part 9) In Part 9 composer and musician Nacho Arimany provides insights into the inTime music production process with commentary from fellow producers Sheila Allen and Alex Doman. Included within this video is a rhythmic music experience with inTime.

The Rockefeller University & Advanced Brain Technologies proudly present a panel discussion with Alex Doman, Sheila Allen, MA, OTR, Nacho Arimany, and Kamran Fallahpour, Ph.D.

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inTime Preliminary Clinical Trial (Part 10)
inTime Panel Discussion - Rockefeller University: inTime Preliminary Clinical Trial (Part 10) In Part 10 Alex Doman provides a synopsis of the preliminary clinical trial conducted on the inTime music highlighting the outcomes of this early research.

The Rockefeller University & Advanced Brain Technologies proudly present a panel discussion with Alex Doman, Sheila Allen, MA, OTR, Nacho Arimany, and Kamran Fallahpour, Ph.D.

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inTime Frequency and Impact on Function (Part 11)
inTime Panel Discussion - Rockefeller University: inTime Frequency and Impact on Function (Part 11) In Part 11, occupational therapist Sheila Allen touches on the use of specific sound frequency zones to stimulate brain performance through listening to inTime music.

The Rockefeller University & Advanced Brain Technologies proudly present a panel discussion with Alex Doman, Sheila Allen, MA, OTR, Nacho Arimany, and Kamran Fallahpour, Ph.D.

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inTime Combined Instrumentation (Part 12)
inTime Panel Discussion - Rockefeller University: inTime Combined Instrumentation (Part 12) In Part 12 composer and musician Nacho Arimany shares how melodic instruments tuned at A=432 Hz are blended with percussion in the creation of the distinct music of inTime. Included within this video is a combined music experience with inTime.

The Rockefeller University & Advanced Brain Technologies proudly present a panel discussion with Alex Doman, Sheila Allen, MA, OTR, Nacho Arimany, and Kamran Fallahpour, Ph.D.

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Clean Listening (Part 13)
inTime Panel Discussion - Rockefeller University: Clean Listening (Part 13) In Part 13, occupational therapist Sheila Allen discusses the idea of "clean listening" and the organic nature of inTime music.

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What's Next (Part 14)
inTime Panel Discussion - Rockefeller University: What's Next (Part 14) In Part 14 Alex Doman shares what is coming next in the evolution of inTime.

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Nacho Arimany Musical Performance (Part 15)
inTime Panel Discussion - Rockefeller University: Nacho Arimany Musical Performance (Part 15) In Part 15, the final in the series, inTime composer and musician Nacho Arimany performs his own inspiring compositions in concert at The Rockefeller University demonstrating his extraordinary musical range.

The Rockefeller University & Advanced Brain Technologies proudly present a panel discussion with Alex Doman, Sheila Allen, MA, OTR, Nacho Arimany, and Kamran Fallahpour, Ph.D.

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