International Journal of Clinical Research. 2020; 4: (1) 8; DOI: 10.26855/j.ijcr.20200008.
Objective: To explore the clinical application of auditory integration training in the treatment of autistic children. Methods: 80 children with autism were selected as the research objects in this experiment in our hospital. They were assigned to the reference group and the study group according to the random number method, with 40 children in each group. The reference group used conventional rehabilitation training. The study group added auditory integration training on the basis of conventional rehabilitation training, and compared the ABC score and CARS score of the two groups of children after treatment. Results: Before the treatment, there were no significant differences in ABC scores and CARS scores between the two groups of children. After 1 month, 3 months, and 6 months of treatment, the children in the study group had ABC scores and CARS scores. Compared with the reference group, it has significant changes, and it is significantly better than the reference group. The difference between the data is significant and statistically significant, (P <0.05). Conclusion : The application of auditory integration training in the rehabilitation of children with autism has extremely high application value, which can effectively alleviate the symptoms of children and improve the mood of family members.