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Brain Recovery: Interventions for Traumatic Brain Injury

Unyte-iLs Programs for Brain Recovery

Mild Traumatic brain injury (mTBI) can have a wide range of symptoms that can affect your health and general wellbeing. Unyte-iLs programs have proven to be successful at helping people with brain injury address their symptoms and improve cognitive function.

Neuroplasticity: Changing the Brain

Neuroplasticity has the proven ability to change the brain, so by using specific and gentle stimuli to strengthen and form new neural pathways and connections in the brain, the Unyte-iLs programs have had a positive effect on:

  • Attention and regulation
  • Auditory processing
  • Ability to learn
  • Reading
  • Speech
  • Sensory processing

Our goal has always been to find a way to improve brain function by systematically integrating music and movement, as well as language exercises. We have found that our multi-sensory programs, when used consistently and repeatedly, have a profound effect on each patient’s cognition as well as emotional health.

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Case Study: Traumatic Brain Injury

About JN

JN was a normally functioning 3½-year-old when he was involved in an auto accident. Neuroimaging revealed hemorrhages, fractures with compression of the left ventricle. He had a craniotomy to reduce pressure and was put in an induced coma shortly after the time of injury. He was in the hospital for 2 months. He was diagnosed with brain injury, ADHD, anxiety and had trouble sleeping.

JN required maximal verbal cues for functional task completion, his social skills were not age appropriate and his auditory self-stimulation was disruptive to those around him. Deficits in visual receptive executive functioning, fine and gross motor skills were significantly impacting daily activities, social and academic success.


The changes are perhaps best seen through the before video taken in June, on the first Unyte-iLs session, and the after video taken in August, on one of the last sessions. JN’s ability to complete the playbook activities and the amount of coaching necessary changed dramatically. Each video also shows his handwriting sample on that day.

It is amazing to see the great improvements made in a short time, 2 months 6 days. I have worked with JN many times over the past 8 years. I have never had such good results in a short time. I would recommend further iLs programs to continue the success he has made. More focus would be on his fine motor skills, increasing duration to attention to tasks, and visual motor integration skills.
– Amy Dubey, OTR, CBIS

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