What is Filtered Sound Training (FST)?

  • This is a method that uses music to re-train listening skills by filtering the sound in a specialised way.
  • FST is offered in a personalised package of 20 half-hour sessions.
  • These sessions are done twice a day consecutively for 10 days.
  • Changes that occur in listening and learning are seen over the period of 4 months following FST.
  • FST/AIT is a non-medical approach that often has far-reaching benefits.


Who Can Benefit?

Experience and research has shown that the people who benefit the most from FST are those who have one or more of the following;

  • Hearing problems
  • Dyslexia
  • Autism
  • Painful hearing
  • Attention Deficit
  • Language Delay
  • Down syndrome
  • Central Auditory Processing Disorder
  • ADHD
  • Sensory Integration problems
  • Balance and laterality problems



The benefits of this ten-day training course tend to vary from person to person. The most frequent improvements seen are:

  • listening and responsiveness
  • attention and memory
  • awareness of the environment
  • social responsiveness
  • communication and language
  • sensory processing
  • Coordination