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Auditory Attention Strategies for Improved Attention and Focus

Struggles with attention can affect every part of the day. Information is lost, instructions are forgotten. The resulting stress and scattered thinking leads to frustration.

Children Attention/Focus Issues

The smallest distraction in the classroom disrupts a child’s ability to focus. At home the child struggles to follow a simple set of instructions. Homework takes forever to complete. Parents often have to provide prompts to help the child get through the steps of the day. Lack of independence and constant monitoring leaves the child upset and frustrated, and strains family relationships

Adult Attention/Focus Issues

Adults struggle to complete tasks at work, stay focused in meetings and during critical conversations. While deadlines are necessary, they create stress and anxiety in an adult with attention difficulties. The result is job dissatisfaction.

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Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP)

Auditory distractions are a common cause of inattention, as the slightest background noise diverts one’s focus.The SSP activates the neural network associated with listening and reduces auditory sensitivities, leading to improved attention and focus.

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Focus System

Dopamine activates the attention centers of the brain bringing them online for focused attention. Unlike stimulants or medications, which can have uncomfortable side effects, the Focus System’s multisensory input stimulates the dopamine system to improve attention and focus without medication.

Case Studies

Sensory Processing And Attention Deficits
“N demonstrated significant improvements over the course of treatment, particularly in the areas of sensory-motor integration, executive functioning, working memory, oral fluency, and pseudoword decoding. External correlates of his improvements include a significant decrease in oral sensory seeking, a resolution of his drooling, significant decreases in hyperactive behavior and emotional dyscontrol, and significant improvements in classroom and academic performance.”

ADHD, Motor And Social Difficulties
“During the past three years of school, K required stimulant medications to remediate his decreased attention, impulsivity, and motor tics. When K began the medications, his parents noticed a decrease in the frequency of his motor tics. Currently, though he is not taking any medication, his motor tics have almost completely disappeared. This year, K has received all As and Bs and made Honor Roll.”


Unyte Health Clinical Director Ron Minson, MD, has been working with people with ADD for over 30 years. He discusses ADD and how Unyte programs are effective in reducing the symptoms of ADD.

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  • I wanted to give you an update on our progress using the Focus System at home, my daughter (adopted, age 7, sensory and attention issues) does rhythmic gymnastics—it’s a very high energy sport and many low energy exercises won’t hold her interest. But her focus is ALWAYS off, which makes it difficult to teach her. However, yesterday after 5 Focus System sessions, her coach was simply amazed. She called me to ask what was different. She said she was completely focused, and when she got distracted was able to refocus immediately. Learned so much and was able to do so much more. Also, today she had a friend over, and was able to sit and play for two hours! Unheard of in the past. Something’s different, for sure.

    Barbara Adams from New Mexico, parent
  • Currently at 8 weeks of treatment, Mr. T is able to focus on single tasks for 30% longer than before. I can actually leave him unattended with a puzzle, coloring sheet, or activity to do laundry, dishes, etc. and when I return he is still on task.

    Lara, parent
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