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As a result, it is successfully integrated into a wide variety of programs addressing the needs of children with:
- Learning Difficulties: The iLs Program is customizable for each individual, and influences learning,reading, attention and emotional regulation, speech, auditory processing and sensory processing.
- Developmental Challenges: iLs is a complementary approach often used with other methods and programs to help those on the autism spectrum.
An Investigation to Evaluate the Benefits of the Integrated Listening Systems (iLs) in Primary/Early Elementary Classrooms (K-3)
Jeannie Dubitsky, Ed. D., University of California, Davis, 2014
Abstract: Ten students were measured over an academic year of using iLs while at school. Students showed improvement in all areas evaluated – physical, academic, social and emotional development – after experiencing the iLs program.
School Pilot Study
Denver Area Schools
Abstract: A variety of normed, standardized tests were used to assess 20 children with learning difficulties before and after iLs programs. The report includes each child’s pre- and post-program test scores as well as teacher and parent comments. Teachers involved in the program reported “significant improvement” in 19 of the 20 children. The criteria for “significant improvement” includes at least one of the following: being transitioned from special education to regular education, having an IEP removed or overcoming a substantial behavioral challenge. escription: Data on the efficacy of iLs in school programs.