عنوان مقاله [English]
Aim:The aim of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of sound therapy by Tomatis method on reading skill and motor skills in dyslexic students. Method: For this purpose, first, from among students who had been diagnosed with dyslexia referring to counseling and rehabilitation clinics in Tehran, 14 were chosen using convenient sampling method and were randomly and equally assigned into control and experiment group. In the next stage, pre-test was done and the experiment group received 30 sessions (3 times a week, about 2 hours) sound therapy by the Tomatis method, while control group did not. At the end of intervention post-test was done and then groups were followed up after 1.5 month. The data were evaluated using MANCOVA.Results:The results showed that sound therapy had an impact on improving reading skills and fine motor skills in dyslexic students but they did not affect their gross motor skills. Conclusion:According to the findings, considering the usefulness of sound therapy on improving the performance of dyslexic students and bearing in mind the short duration of these interventions and their attractiveness for children, it seems that applying this method can be beneficial to learning disabilities and other disorders that are caused by imperfections in executive functions such as ADHD and autism.