Times and registration information for all iLs webinars listed below. Webinars are offered at no charge, but require registration.

Which Webinar is Right for You?

Getting Started

  • Individuals & Families – This live, interactive 45-minute webinar introduces iLs to parents, families and individuals
  • Clinicians – This live, interactive 60-minute webinar is a clinical introduction
  • Educators – This live, interactive 30-minute webinar explains how to implement iLs in a school setting
Autism Intro for Individuals & Families

This 7-minute video walks parents, families and individuals through how iLs works to address autism symptoms.

Specific equipment operation questions are discussed with your iLs Coach when you begin the Home Program.

WATCH INTRO

Want more in-depth information? Access the on-demand webinar.

Topics Covered:

  • How iLs works
  • Who iLs can benefit
  • Review of supporting research
  • Introduction to the equipment and program structure
  • Q&A
Learning Difficulties Intro for Individuals & Families

This 7-minute video walks parents, families and individuals through how iLs works to address symptoms from learning difficulties.

Specific equipment operation questions are discussed with your iLs Coach when you begin the Home Program.

WATCH INTRO

Want more in-depth information? Access the on-demand webinar.

Topics Covered:

  • How iLs works
  • Who iLs can benefit
  • Review of supporting research
  • Introduction to the equipment and program structure
  • Q&A
Clinicians

This live, interactive 60-minute webinar is intended as an introduction for clinicians who are interested in using iLs in their clinic or professional setting.  

Note: Professionals interested in iLs solely for personal use, please register for the“Introduction to iLs for Individuals & Families” webinar, above:

Training Dates, Locations & Registration:

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Unable to make it? Archived (not live) webinars are available for viewing upon request. No CEUs are available for the archived webinar.

Topics covered include:

  • Neurological basis for combining an auditory program with vestibular and visual exercises
  • Review of supporting research studies and data
  • Populations most likely to benefit from iLs
  • Introduction to iLs equipment, program structure and costs
  • Q&A

As a result of participating in the iLs Introductory Webinar for Clinicians you will be able to:

  • Define neuroplasticity
  • Identify the relationship between bone conduction and the vestibular system
  • Describe the significance of the interconnectedness of sound and movement
  • Explain the importance of a multi-sensory approach to changing neural networks

*Watching the archived version of the webinar does not grant CEUs. If you are trying to connect from another country, please be advised that Eastern (ET) is approximately GMT -4. If you are unsure in which timezone you are, this convenient service may be of assistance.

Educators

This live, interactive 30-minute webinar explains how to implement iLs in a school setting. We will review the Student Focus System, with sessions that fit into the school day, how iLs addresses the needs of students in the classroom.

Talk to experts using iLs in schools.

You can also download the recorded version to watch at your convenience.

Training Dates, Locations & Registration: