Neuroacoustic brain training SAS

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The aim of SAS Trainings is to strengthen basic neurosensory brain functions. The unique SAS technology allows the preparation of individually tailored workouts that take into account the skills, needs and wishes of the patient in the context of his or her abilities, thereby influencing the effectiveness of the results. The workouts are available in four variations.



SAS-Smart training – Strengthening learning for children and adults


Trainings for school-aged children (starting at age 5), students and adults who want to improve their learning. Most personalised SAS-Smart Trainings require listening to a one-hour session each day for 20-24 days over four weeks. SAS-Smart Trainings include orchestral or piano music and speech, sequenced.


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SAS-Boost training – Support for children with developmental delays


Training to support children from the age of 3 with neurological conditions such as autism spectrum disorder, infantile cerebral palsy and Down syndrome. Training lasts between 24 and 28 days and can be supplemented with additional therapy, tailored to the child’s needs. In addition to music and speech, programmes can also include the following elements: pitch differentiation, time orientation training. It is possible to prepare programmes containing recordings of your own voice to stimulate speech development.


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SAS-Balance Training – Psychotherapeutic and neurosensory programmes for adults.


Personalised training for adults to reduce stress, anxiety, fear or anger and improve focus, clarity of situations to facilitate decision making. SAS-Balance programmes are relaxing and calming. A daily session lasts between 30 and 60 minutes.


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SAS-Life Training – Personalised programmes to support older people.


Workouts for the elderly to help improve daily functioning, communication and quality of life. Each SAS-Life Workout is designed to achieve specific results, so the duration of the workout can vary for each patient. The programmes can be listened to while the patient is asleep or even in a coma.


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Short- and long-term memory disorders
Autism spectrum disorder
Delayed speech development
Sensory Integration Disorder
Auditory processing disorder (APD)
Anxiety disorders