Measuring the Effect of the iLs Dreampad with Ten Veterans Diagnosed with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) (Download as PDF)
Description: Study conducted with 10 veterans suffering from PTSD. Each participant recorded their sleep habits and pain symptoms for two weeks prior to using the Dreampad and two weeks while using the Dreampad. Their journals included usage, sleep habits and other comments. Study participants were interviewed after initial Dreampad use and again three months later.
Description: The aim of this study was to examine the immediate, short-term effects of Integrated Listening Systems’ (iLs) Dreampad on the sleep behaviors of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). In addition, this study examined the effects of changes in sleep patterns on parent and family measures of stress and quality of life.
Description: This study measures the effect of the Dreampad on the parasympathetic nervous system
Description: Effectiveness of the Integrated Listening System for Children with Autism and Sensory Processing Disorder
Description: Study on the effect of the iLs home program on children with autism
Description: Study on the effect of the iLs program on arousal with children having sensory processing disorder
Description: A controlled study of 64 disadvantaged elementary school children conducted by literacy researchers at the University of New Mexico
Description: Survey reviewing therapists’ experience using iLs with over 1300 children on the autism spectrum; results are in 24 outcome categories
Description: Data on the effect of iLs and the H.O.P.E. Program on attention and auditory processing
Description: Data on the efficacy of iLs in school programs
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Emotional Dysregulation and Sleep Disorder
“Anne” was initially seen in December 2010 at age 6 years, 10 months for irritability, oppositional behavior and tantrums lasting hours on end. Her parents reported trying almost every approach recommended by her pediatrician and what they read in books and online, with no improvement. The meltdowns occurred almost daily at home, but in school, with friends and in public, Anne held it together.View all Case Studies Read this Case Study
How iLs Works
The notion that the brain is able to change in response to stimulation, an ability known as “neuroplasticity,” is now so widely accepted it can be called fact.
iLs programs are based on this principle, providing gentle and specific stimulation in order to activate the neural pathways used in the processing of sensory information.