As many of you know my 6 year old is on the Autism Spectrum. Sensory processing is one of the many things that he has a very hard time with; so when I had the opportunity to try something new that might help my son, I was extremely excited.
Our EASe audio CDs are the original disc-based auditory stimulation program, developed in 1995 and used by tens of thousands of parents, therapists, teachers, non profit organizations, and school systems all over the world. Our EASe Off-Road, Airshow, UFO, Snowmobile, and Rover games are unique multi-modal tools disguised as video games. They are designed to stimulate and challenge the virtual-vestibular, visual, and auditory triad of sensory pathways to reinforce and promote appropriate response to sound and reinforce balance.”
Let me tell you, when I first saw the graphics and heard the game, I was thinking to myself “oh wow!” to me it looked like a simple game from years ago.
IMPORTANT, the game is not for my liking or for myself, it’s for my son, for all the children out there who do not “perceive” the world in the same way that we do.
To our children on the Autism spectrum a sound, color, or movement can be 10 times more dramatic than to anyone else.
Here is a little information about their Music cd’s:
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