Learning Ears®

Auditory – Literacy Intervention For Auditory Processing Disorders

Achieve your highest potential… in education, career and life

Society has a tendency to label people in order to try and understand their challenges: attention deficit disorder, dyslexia, learning disability, communication and emotional problems, developmental delay, sensory integration disorder . . . the list goes on. There is now a program that can help both children and adults move past these labels and achieve their highest potential.

You might be surprised to learn that in most cases there is one simple and largely undiagnosed cause for all of these life and learning challenges: the ability to receive and process sound effectively, or Auditory Processing Disorder. There is a difference between hearing and listening. The ear hears 24/7, whether you are asleep or awake. Listening, on the other hand, is an active process dependent on acquired skills.

Listening skills are enormously important to all the functions we need to live a successful life including problem solving, good memory, language and speech, coordination, organizational skills, creativity and overall energy. Academic achievement depends on competent listening skills. Furthermore, the absence of good listening skills limits our ability to understand, communicate and interact well in social relationships.

LEARNING EARS is the tool for building independent listening and learning skills. People of all ages can benefit from the training and exercises in the program.

LEARNING EARS is a twenty-week program that uses an Auditory-Language stimulation method with specific ear-voice training to develop listening, language, communication, memory and basic literacy and learning skills. Educators and specialists report outstanding improvement for learning challenges, auditory processing disorders, speech-language disorders and sensory integration dysfunctions.

Results commonly reported following a twenty-week training program include:

  • Improved ability to listen and follow directions
  • Expanded ability to think and understand
  • Enhanced overall memory
  • Increased ability to read accurately and fluently
  • Expanded vocabulary
  • Enhanced reading comprehension
  • Increased phonemic awareness
  • Improved skills for spelling and writing
  • Increased ability to self-correct errors in speech, reading and writing
  • Expanded ability for verbal and written expression
  • Improved clarity of speech and voice intonation
  • Improved social and behavioral skills
  • Improved movement and coordination
  • Increased self-confidence and motivation for learning

LEARNING EARS was researched and developed by Gayle Moyers of Moyers Learning Systems® to provide people of all ages a way to acquire essential listening and learning skills.