Unyte Evidence-Based Neural Solutions
iLs is now part of Unyte.
Bringing evidence-based neural solutions to the world. Unyte works directly in partnership with professionals, to help accelerate client outcomes
- Manage stress and thrive everyday.
- Improve brain function.
- Gain greater confidence.
Unyte Family of Tools
Safe and Sound Protocol
Developed by Dr. Stephen Porges, the Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP) is a five-hour intervention designed to reduce stress and auditory sensitivity while enhancing social engagement and resilience. By calming the behavioral and physiological state, further therapy is enhanced or even accelerated.
The Focus System includes the Focus 30, Focus 60, Focus Advanced, and Focus Pro – all of which have clinic-level efficacy but are designed for both home use and professional use. The Focus Series allows clinicians and educators to select specific iLs programs to be loaded onto the iPod for their clients’ needs.
iom2 and Interactive Meditations
With a biofeedback device known as the iom2, your breathing and heart rate guide your practice. Our immersive meditation Journeys led by world-famous guides will give you immediate feedback and guide you on your journey.
Each Dreampad delivers music through gentle, calming vibration which only you can hear. The process brings about a relaxation response from the body and mind which has been described in some feedback as a “massage to the nervous system.”
The VoicePro is an exciting and unique tool designed to help children and adults improve various auditory processing skills. The VoicePro delivers unique language activities through bone conduction headphones wired with a microphone, enabling an audio/vocal feedback loop between therapist and client. This real-time feedback enables more effective language, memory and social training.
The goal is not a quick fix; it’s lasting change.
We can change our brain – we can essentially rewire it through specific and repeated stimulation, a concept known as neuroplasticity. As in building strength and endurance with physical exercise, we are able to build neurological pathways and synaptic activity at any age.
By improving brain function we can achieve our goals and realize our full potential.
We transform the lives of children and adults everyday.
The kids I have used it with have all made really great progress. Seriously, it is making me look like a rock star OT. Here are some of the changes I have noticed in kiddos: Better mood, more independent with self-care and home work, more social, improved expressive and receptive language skills, improved coordination, less stressed, decreased tactile and auditory sensitivity.
I wanted you to know that not only did I enjoy the course, this might have been the only training/continuing ed course I’ve taken where I haven’t wanted to fall asleep after lunch. 🙂 After the first training I took last August in Oklahoma City, I was encouraged and excited, yet still hesitant to buy my own unit. After the success stories from my fellow SLPs and the OTs from Tulsa Sunshine and an amazing refresher course, I bought the Total Focus System. I am currently starting the 3rd session of SM on both of my kiddos and myself. Looking forward to watching the progression!
I thought I would give you an update on “Lisa.” We have been using the ILS about 3-4 times per week. She is doing fine with the exercises and program. Some of the changes I have seen are subtle, but good. She seems to have more energy and be happier. She has gotten to the point that she asks to do the exercises. I have spoken to a lady that I work with about this (who has a daughter who is autistic) and she made the comment that even though Lisa doesn’t realize much about the changes that’s going on, there has to be something there since she is beginning to ask to do these exercises. I’ve asked Lisa if she has noticed anything different about herself. She made the comment that she is “thinking” differently. I don’t know what she meant by that. Anyway, we are doing good. Thank you so much for everything. I would suggest any one to use iLs (not just kids with special needs). I am around students all the time who could benefit from using this program!