Listening is a crucial component to your ability to communicate with other individuals, and is, as most people don't realize, quite different from hearing. Hearing is the ability to pick up auditory signals as a sensory perception, whereas listening is the ability to differentiate different sounds into categories such as white unimportant noise and sounds that are important for processing.
Lack of Auditory Memory can result in serious consequences that can affect your social and communication abilities, and stem directly from the inability to process all of the sound inputs that your ears and your brain are faced with.
The Sound Listening Corporation specializes in providing adults and children with the training that they need in order to learn how to differentiate hearing from listening. By working daily with the Enlisten program you will be able to improve your Auditory Memory and improve all of the symptoms ordinarily associated with severe listening loss. Most people simply write off their symptom as a learning disability, ADHD, dyslexia, autism, developmental delays or communication difficulties, but these can be improved on tremendously with the right kind of attention and a training program like the Sound Listening Corporation's Enlisten.
Some of the symptoms associated with a loss of Auditory Memory include:
" Having difficulties with organization, planning, timetables and strategy
" Misinterpretation of questions, frequent requests for repetitions, dislike of own voice
" Poor spelling, poor reading aloud, confusion or reversal of letters, poor sentence structure, messy hand writing, failure to learn vocabulary
" No motivation or interest in school or in work, short attention span, lack of creativity
This is by no means a comprehensive list, but if you experience one or more of these symptoms you may have a problem with your ability to listen, and should contact Sound Listening immediately to learn more and to understand the nature of your problem.
Enlisten is an intensive program that will allow those adults and children who experience subtle loss of Auditory Memory to train themselves in order to obtain the ability which will enable them to differentiate between sounds and class them in levels of importance. This newly acquired ability to listen will be a long lasting ability and will improve as the patient improves his or her training. This revolutionary technology will also grant you a new quality of living that you have not until yet experienced. You will enjoy listening and will have a new enjoyment for work or school.
If you think that you have any of the symptoms that relate to a loss of auditory memory, then you should contact the Sound Listening team immediately. You may send them an email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, or complete the contact form on the Sound Listening website so that a Sound Listening branch near you can contact you. Please feel free to browse the Sound Listening website at www.soundlistening.com in order to obtain more valuable information regarding listening and the revolutionary Listening Program Enlisten developed by the Sound Listening Corporation.