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The 5 BEST Auditory Processing Books

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I enjoy reading everything, especially books on sensory integration, so I asked Khymberleigh Herwill-Levin, MA. Sp.Ed / AIT  and Neurocognitive Practitioner, what are the 5 Best Auditory Processing Books for parents to read.  Below you’ll find her answer.

The 5 Best Books on Auditory Processing by an auditory specialist!

1.    HEARING EQUALS BEHAVIOR by Dr. Guy Berard (whom I knew personally)  This book provides information about the impacts AIT has on Auditory Processing Disorders.  How APD can affect auditory and visual systems.  It also explains how the training works and how AIT can help listening skills, language, communication and learning.  Get Hearing Equals Behavior here.

Hearing Equals Behavior, Updated and Expanded Edition

2.    THE ULIMATE TREASURE HUNT by Adair Renning 
Asia Renning was adopted when she was a toddler.  She had many medical issues but was also diagnosed with autism.  The book describes the many alternative treatments they explored for many various ailments as well as what Asia was able to accomplish.  This book is a tear jerker, so keep you tissues close at hand!  Get Ultimate Treasure Hunt Here.
The Ultimate Treasure Hunt
Dorinne has a degree is audiology as well as education.  She explains about auditory processing disorders and how they affect autism, Asperger’s, ADHD co-ordination, balance, speech, hearing, listening etc.  Find Sound Bodies Through Sound Therapy here.
Sound Bodies through Sound Therapy
4.    WHEN THE BRAIN CAN’T HEAR by Teri James Bellis
Dr. Teri James Bellis is the worlds leading doctor on auditory processing disorder.  He gives a detailed explanation on this condition and how it can effect the lives of those who suffer from it, especially young children who still have not mastered reading, writing, spelling and comprehension and who are often misdiagnosed.  Purchase When The Brain Can’t Hear here.
When the Brain Can't Hear: Unraveling the Mystery of Auditory Processing Disorder
5.    SCOTT SCOTT by Robbyne Val Scott
A mothers journey that begins with being accused of being a “Refrigerator Mother”.  She is a single mother who was not happy with the medical system and did not give up her quest to find answers and treatments for her son Scott who has significant delays in his communication skills and social interactions.  She wanted to learn why he had repetitive and violent behaviors and what treatments would help him.  Find Scott Scott here.
Scott Scott

A huge thank you to Khymberleigh for sharing her recommendations.

Khymberleigh Herwill-Levin, MA. Sp.Ed / AIT  and Neurocognitive Practitioner


AIT JasonThrough her company, Learning to Listen/The Brain Fitness Center, more than 4,000 children have seen positive, significant changes in their lives.  In the past 14 years, parents from around the world have sought out Khymberleigh’s assessments and treatment for their children.  The methods she employs are proven, safe, and highly effective for not only children, but also teens, young adults, and adults.  The comprehensive assessment creates the basis of her treatment plan for her clients.  Khymberleigh now resides in both California and Nevada with her five beautiful children. She is dedicated and extremely passionate about her work.  You may find more information about her practice and AIT at

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