An overview of the Berard AIT program
The Berard AIT program is ten days of training. Each day consists of two 30-minute sessions separated by a three hour break (go to the park, relax at a hotel or other activities of interest). Preferably the ten days are consecutive running through weekends. We sometimes schedule the ten days with a weekend break in the middle.
Participants listen to specially modulated music through an instrument called an Earducator™ during our training sessions. The process is non-intrusive and rarely do we have instances where participants get uncomfortable. It’s a very relaxed environment.
An excellent investment in the overall well being of an individual
Fees for the 10-day program are determined by the individual practitioners and should be discussed with the practitioner.
Financial considerations should not be an obstacle to obtaining this important educational service.
Some school systems have funded AIT programs as an educationally related service. If you wish to approach the school for funding, discuss the best ways to manage this process with your practitioner.
Other possible sources of funds are fraternal organizations, civic organizations, churches, family members, and disability service organizations such as United Cerebral Palsy, Children’s Miracle Network, Medicaid Waiver and Family Support Grants.