Quick Tips Example

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Quick Tips for Managing Defensiveness to Noise

 

 

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1) If your child complains it is too noisy, believe him. He has sensitive ears.

2) Allow your child to escape and re-group without judgement if it all becomes too much and whenever it becomes too much. He can rejoin the group/ party when he is ready.

3) If your child is calm enough but covering ears or looking scared about a noise, get down to her level, acknowledge how noisy it is and try to get her curious about the noise.

4) Where possible, give some control back to the child – get him to bang a drum or blow a whistle back at the “noise” in a game. Any noise he makes will help him to modulate the external noise.

5) There are a variety of listening programs around that some parents report to have helped some children manage noise sensitivity including Therapeutic Listening, The Listening Program, Rhythmic Entrainment, Integrated Listening Systems (to name a few).

 

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Read our Quick Tips for Managing Defensiveness to Noise

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