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Paul Madaule

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The Listening Therapy Centre, Ireland has been developed as a Centre of Excellence empowering children to achieve their potential. It has been developed as a unique centre where children with attention, listening, speech, language, communication and learn ... more

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Advisory Board Member
Early Childhood Music and Movement Association




University of Paris-Sorbonne

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Audio/Video Documents | The Listening Centre, Toronto [cached]

A full length documentary on Autism featuring the work of Paul Madaule at the Listening Centre in Toronto.

And Paul Madaule who helped Marc through his program, relates his story to many others like it.
Click here to order / E-book updated version of Paul Madaule's WhenListening Comes Alive with two new chapters and foreword by Norman Doidge, M.D.

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Norman Doidge - The Brain's way of healing: Paul Madaule & neuroplasticity

In Chapter 8 of The Brain that Changes Itself, Norman Doidge writes about the case of Physician, Alfred Tomatis and a young Paul Madaule and his life changing circumstances arising from a chance meeting with French Physician, Alfred Tomatis.
Paul Madaule had performed poorly at school as a result of dyslexic learning difficulties (amongst other auditory processing issues) and had not been granted an opportunity to continue it to completion. After leaving school, Paul found himself spending a great deal of time admiring the works of artists living at the Benedictine Monastery Abbaye d'En Calcut in France. One day, while attending to sick Monks at the Monastary, Alfred Tomatis found his attention drawn to young Paul Madaule.
When Paul first arrived in Paris, he was asked to put on headphones and instructed to listen. In addition to this, Tomatis requested that Paul provide a recording of his mother's voice to him.
Paul also noticed his reported symptoms beginning to wane. At the end of the treatment Paul Madaule felt as though his issues had improved dramatically. This experience inspired him so much that he chose to dedicate the rest of his career to the further development of 'listening techniques' developed by Alfred Tomatis.
Listening Training at the Listen and Learn Centre
Paul Madaule, no longer residing in Paris, now works at a Listening Centre which he runs in Toronto. The listening technology utilized by the Centre was jointly produced by Alfred Tomatis and Paul Madaule in Canada in the early 1980's.
Nowadays, the Listen And Learn Centre is proud to say that it has also chosen to continue the good work of Paul Madaule's by participating in the use of the Besson Auditory Training System. While training the brain by stimulating the auditory system is a novel concept for many. The Listen And Learn Centre ensures the clinical integrity of its program by adopting a variety of standardised methods of testing so that we may accurately calculate and monitor the neurological progress of our clients. For more information on how Chritophe Besson's machinery has re-structured the way we train the Auditory Processing system, please refer to 'When Listening Comes Alive', Paul Madaule.

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Two books, both by Toronto authors, that brilliantly elucidate sound and listening are The Brain's Way of Healing, by Norman Doidge, and When Listening Comes Alive by Paul Madaule.

Paul Madaule, whose life was transformed by the remediation of his listening problems, is profiled in that chapter. Madaule is also the Director of The Listening Centre in Toronto, where sound stimulation programs are used to help musicians improve their performance, as well as to relieve children and adults struggling with conditions that involve listening deficits, including learning disabilities, autism, attention disorders, and other maladies.

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Paul Madaule Founder and Director The Listening Centre

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By Paul Madaule*

*Paul Madaule is the founder and director of The Listening Centre in Toronto. Together with the team at The Listening Centre, he developed Listening Fitness.

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