The Galvin Therapy Blog
Author: Kara Brogan
Study Published in Journal Music and Medicine Reveals Listening Program Benefits Last August Advanced Brain Technologies announced results demonstrating that a modified music program followed
Therapeutic Listening and Sensory Processing Disorders In a peer-reviewed article discussing the effectiveness of Therapeutic Listening, Leah Hall (MS, OTR/L) and Jane Case-Smith (EdD, OTR/L,
Music has the power to improve Dyslexia, Specific Language Impairment (SLI) and improving reading skills. Learn more about music therapy here.
View a presentation on a study to investigate the efficacy of sound-based intervention (TLP) to improve toilet training outcomes. Presentation: Study to Investigate the Efficacy of
Occupational Therapists Develop Innovative Engagement Methods Children and adults with autism have multiple difficulties including: Verbal and nonverbal communication Sensory sensitivity/hyper and hypo-sensitivities Unusual reactions