“We figured that she would have to be in therapy for a while and that she maybe wouldn’t even be in mainstream school. But she’s doing great!” – Mother
Where is iLs most effective?
iLs is often used as a tool to help those on the autism spectrum become better at processing sensory information. As the ability to process the world around us improves, so does our ability to regulate emotions, manage social situations, make friends and communicate effectively.
iLs programs are based on the principle of neuroplasticity, the brain’s ability to develop new neural pathways in response to specific stimulation. iLs may be implemented on its own or in conjunction with a range of other therapies (e.g. ABA, Floortime, DRI) to help those on the autism spectrum.
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