We have lots of positive feedback from users that have improved their lives using sound therapy for dyspraxia

That includes many adults and children with various challenges

How can Sound Therapy help dyspraxia

It improves co-ordination
Promotes brain hemisphere synchronisation
Brings about whole brain learning

Read more.

The balance between the two hemispheres of the brain is of fundamental importance to dyspraxia and other learning and co-ordination challenges.

The program uses sound technology behind the music to bring about what is know as brain hemisphere synchronisation, which is basically movement across the two hemisphere of the brain which gives the brain a cross hemisphere workout.

It is this exercising of the brain that brings about an improvement in balance and co-ordination that's helps to bring about whole brain learning, meaning that both hemispheres are brought into action.

Sound therapy for dyspraxia

Are you in a system that often offers little support

With an ever increasing emphasis on education and literacy, more and more children and adults are needing help with learning to read, spell, express their thoughts on paper and master the use of grammar.

Left unchecked, the learning challenges of dyspraxia can not only have an impact on performance, but can also lead to low self-confidence and self worth.

We know these feelings can be turned around due to the positive benefits our users experience from the sound therapy listening program, which leads to a lot more confidence and self worth, making for a happier home, school or work situation.

The positive results we are getting are from the Sound Therapy Listening Program

What is the sound therapy listening program

The "Sound Therapy Listening Program" used with adults, teenagers and children of all ages and abilities is an easy to use 5 level program that combines innovative sound technology with a wide selection of music. The program gently gives the brain a natural sonic workout, creating new neural connections that helps with dyslexia as a result.

Sound therapy Program

The program is proven in studies to stimulate cross hemisphere co-ordination that help's dyspraxia, whilst increasing focus and general learning. There are also other positive benefits that you will pleasantly find out about as you browse the the Sound Therapy Listening Program Page.

Although the program benefits all users of any age and ability, in studies its been shown to be highly effective for adults, children and adolescents with Dyspraxia, ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, Asperger's Syndrome and Auditory Processing Disorder.

what areas of improvement do we see from Our users

Concentration and Focus

As the program gives the brain a cross  hemisphere workout, we see improvements in concentration.

Learning Abilities

With the improvements in concentration and focus that most users experience, it leads to learning becoming easier.


As learning starts to improve and becomes easier, positive self-confidence starts to grow inside and out.


Because the program induces cross-hemisphere synchronisation it has a positive impact upon co-ordination.


The program has an effect upon focus and concentration, which we believe has an impact upon impulse and behaviour.


I can tell you there is no better feeling than to see a smile on a face that says I'm doing better and feeling happier.

feedback from Students, Teachers and Parents

It’s so effective, schools across the United Kingdom are using it to help treat children with special needs and educational & behavioral challenges, as well as successfully using it with mainstream learners.

Listening to the music helps my brain get ready to learn. I have gone up 2 targets grades in English and I can read, spell and write much easier now.

sound therapy feedback



I have noticed a significant change in one particular pupil when he listens to the Sound Therapy – his whole persona changes and he becomes focused and willing to participate in lessons. An incredible transformation.

Sound therapy feedback

History Teacher


One pupil has ADHD – hyperactive not aggressive.  He asked for the sound therapy to be put on his desk with ear next to it and produced better work than he’s done in a year!

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School teachers talking about the program

Sound therapy in Schools

For more written and auditory feedback click here

How Long Do You Have To Spend Each Day Listening

The Sound Therapy can work extremely quickly which is one of the real benefits because you don't need to spend hours of time listening.  Part of our research results came from users only listening to one 10 minute track/day.

It's easy to use and you’ll be able to listen to at least 10 minutes while commuting to school, work, walking around, working out, relaxing even or studying.

Sound therapy for dyslexia
Sound Therapy Research

Research is important and our results were outstanding

A study conducted by the Cognitive Drug Research Group, a top UK and international cognitive testing and research company, found that all users made an improvement. Those with challenges from dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADD/ADHD and other learning and behavioral problems improved more significantly using our program for just 10 minutes a day.

Short Term Memory also improved by an astonishing 46% to 73% in our test group, which could have implications for learning and those with short term memory challenges.

For more sound therapy research  click here

 It's an easy to use step by step program and comes with support and simple instructions

Step 1

Purchase the Program and either download and listen instantly or choose the pre-loaded mp3 player option.

Step 2

Before you start the program make a note of the areas you would like improvements in to compare afterwards.

Step 3

Decide what music you like and listen to 1 or 2 tracks a day for approx 2 weeks before you move to the next level.

Sound Therapy For Dyspraxia

Sound Therapy For Dyspraxia

How can sound therapy help with dyspraxia

The balance between the two hemispheres of the brain is of fundamental importance in dyspraxia and other learning challenges, which is known as brain-hemisphere synchronisation. This process brings about "whole brain learning" and improves balance and co-ordination as  both hemispheres play a role to improve synchronisation.

 Even better, there’s no expensive equipment needed

Outside of the Sound Therapy Program itself, all you need is a PC, phone, tablet or mp3 player and a pair of headphones. Our outstanding results come from the actual sounds, beats and specially embedded tones that we have developed, not the quality of equipment they’re played on. The CDR research was carried out on cheap mp3 players and headphones and the research was outstanding.