Sound therapy for skill development

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AIT/ Auditory Integration Training


AIT’s goal:

Strengthen the skills, increase attention retention, and reduce learning difficulties of university students who participate in the program.


AIT is recommended for those :

  • Who has attention deficit or learning difficulties ( dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia)
  • Who has autistic problem
  • Who has a speech perception disorder
  • People for who have difficulties in following verbal instruction
  • For those who have difficulty expressing themselves
  • Whose speach is difficult to understand
  • For pepole who learn hard


AIT’s positive effects:

  • Learning difficulties decrease
  • Improved communication
  • Decreased dispersion
  • Increases the  time for focused attention
  • Improved social skills
  • Increased hearing perception


Location for AIT:

University of Pécs ifjúság street 6) or it can be your home


Training should be done twice a day for half an hour for 10 days.

Contact person:

Tompos Lilla:


Experiences of our students who took part in this training:


"I just got into therapy at a time when I had to learn quite a bit, and I felt the listening did a good service in that regard because after I did one, I was always a little more alert afterwards and I was able to focus my attention on the educational material for longer time. In addition, I noticed even slight positive changes in my social skills due to the therapy, which I feel has long-term effect. I enjoyed the 10 days therapy, and I especially liked to listen to music, for some reason they always caught my attention and after that I felt a little calmer. Overall, I fell it understood, and I am so glad that I had the opportunity to try the auditory attention training. (Sociology student with ADHD)

There were a lot of familiar songs among the music I listened to during the training. The positive effects of the training for me I have noticed so far is that I have become more systematic and able to focus on things better. I can keep my attention further. At the beginning of the hearing attention training, there were minor sleep disturbances that resolved after 3-4 days.  I did not have a high expectation, at first, I did not really believe in it, but I thought I could not lose anything with it and I was positively disappointed. (Programming-informatics student with dysgraphia and dyslexia)

I was very excited at first and I waited to start. The first time was very strange, I never had such a strange experience while I was listening to music. But you can get used to it very soon. After few days it was a bit like the music was playing normally. It was not disturbing at all. I already felt a positive effect on the third day. I was able to concentrate much better even in a louder environment. I was able to focus much more on specific things. (Biology, dyslexic student)"

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