„The ear is the gate to our brain“

The inner ear connects two systems of senses:

  • The cochlea is absorbing acoustic signals and forward them to our brain.

  • The organ of equilibrium controls skeletal muscels of the body and is co responsible for body posture and room orientation.

Harken, listen, percive the events in the surrounding of family, at school, at work etc.

Problems are arising if one is distracted to quickly, missunderstanding questions, having an hesitated flow of speeking or low vocabulary.

Additionaly, children are often faced with reading difficulties, problems in spelling or a leck in ability even to recognize letters. Other symptoms are for example poor sense of rhythm, clumsiness and bad orientation in space and time.