Posted on: June 27th, 2011 by
Learn about Lolipop Listening Therapy and how you can re-train the ears and brain to percive sound better and get improved sensory integration and auditory processing!

Learn about Ashley’s journey in Sharon Ruben’s tell-all book, “Awakening Ashley: Mozart Knocks Autism on its Ear”                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

Everyday Autism Miracles with Shannon Penrod on – Weekly on Monday’s at 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm EST


Surviving and Thriving with Children on the Spectrum

Life after an Autism Spectrum diagnosis doesn’t
have to be difficult; it can be joyful, happy and filled with hope. Join Shannon  Penrod, author, speaker, coach and mom of a six year old recovering from Autism  for this inspirational hour of hope. Hear stories from real parents whose children have made miraculous strides. Get the inside dish on therapies,  treatments, supplements and how to get funding to help you afford them. Miracles abound in the autism community. Tune into Everyday Autism  Miracles to listen, share, laugh and surround yourself with hope.


Can Mozart Set Autism on It’s Ear?

We’ve all heard about the “Mozart Effect”, this is the study that was done that suggested that listening to Mozart could help improve short term memory.  But is it possible that simply listening to certain sounds could have a significant impact on the brain of a child with Autism?  Today on Everyday Autism Miracles we’re joined by award-winning author Sharon Ruben.  Sharon’s book Awakening Ashley details her daughter’s journey through Autism using the Tomatis method listening program.

Listen to Sharon Ruben’s guest appearnce on Everyday Autism Miracles on Toginet Radio ( from 9-19-11 as she talks about her daughter’s miraculous recovery from autism and hear how listening therapy may help the child in your life.





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