Sound-Eaze CD


Sound-Eaze and School-Eaze are fun CDs that contain sounds that children with sensory processing difficulties, autism, or ADHD may be afraid of and cannot usually control. They are NOT part of a formal listening program, but a FUN way to control and play with sound! NO headphones needed. The sounds are professionally recorded along with vocals and/or rhythms to give your child a positive experience when listening to sounds! 

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Sensory processing sometimes causes difficulty and stress when hearing loud or unexpected noises. We created the CDs for our own two sons with autism and sensory processing difficulties. Recorded professionally with high-quality sound, the CDs will allow you to control sounds that otherwise could not be controlled. We all love to control things that cause us anxiety…..the CDs can give kids the ability to turn the volume up or down on common sounds. 

Also, can be used as a sound game when practicing sound tolerance.

12 Tracks Included Are:

  • baby cry
  • vacuum cleaner
  • fireworks
  • dog bark
  • siren
  • phone ring
  • thunder
  • fire alarm
  • hairdryer
  • lawnmower
  • blender
  • toilet flush

The CDs were created by Dr. Brant Koscinski, Dr. Cara Koscinski, and Kimberly Josephs, Music Therapist.

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