SLPs incorporate iLs into their practice because this therapy tool provides a means to enhance sensory input (i.e. address subcortical functions) while continuing to address targeted speech-language/voicing goals, increase attention and focus with directed tasks, enhance auditory and language processing skills, and address organizational components of speech and language. Social skills improve through the use of the microphone (Interactive Language Program) and through the interactive components of the program. The multi-tasking required with adding iLs as a therapeutic modality is more intensive within a shorter time frame and the progress is at a much faster rate. A key point to remember is iLs is not intended to serve as a stand-alone speech therapy modality; the iLs program should be used as a dynamic and integral component of the therapy.