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Breakneck Work Culture Leads to Shift in How We Treat Sleep

Technology is in a fight with itself to fix how people sleep– Caitlyn Yoshiko Kandil

This article examines the many different ways technologies like the DreampadTM are being used to improve the way people sleep.

Arousal Study: iLs is an Effective Behavioural Solution for Children With Sensory Processing Challenges

“Important and Clinically Meaningful Gains Were Achieved by All Particiapants” in This Pilot Study- Sarah Schoen,PhD,OTR,Study Author

This study states that there is “preliminary evidence that iLs is effective in ameliorating conditions for some of the children with sensory over-responsivity and auditory processing impairments… notable changes included following directions, completing daily tasks (e.g. homework, monitoring routine, putting away belongings) in a timely manner and reducing emotional outbursts.

Health 2.0 Conference

DreampadTM is a hit at Health 2.0 Conference

Local News coverage of the Health 2.0 Conference in California shows how the Dreampad helps people get a great night’s sleep.

Autism Parenting Magazine

New Research Reveals Improved Processing When Therapies Integrated

Debo’rah Merritt, PhD,LPC,ABA Post-Graduate Certificate discusses “the learning pyramid” and how iLs has played a dramatic role in her effectiveness as an ABA therapist

Michael Dresser Show

‘Interview with iLs co-founder, Randall Redfield

Conversation about how iLs is a neuroplastic intervention which helps to change how the brain works.

L.A. Times

Consumer devices track sleep for a better night’s rest

The pillow-based  Dreampad from Integrated Listening Systems converts the electrical signals of app-supplied music into vibrations — not audible sound waves — that help the user fall asleep and stay asleep. The quilted pillow plugs into a smartphone and a Dreampad app. The vibrations are conducted through the body’s bones and trigger relaxation through the parasympathetic nervous system.

Parentinghealthy.com

Travel and Sleep Better this Summer

“You have to try it to believe it-even my 6 year old said it makes him sleepy just laying and listening. We both almost shut our eyes at noon in our living room laying with it.” – Erinn Sluka

Huffington Post

Women in Business: Kate O’Brien Minson, President and Co-Founder, Integrated Listening Systems

Kate has lived and breathed the therapeutic application of sound for nearly two decades. She has managed numerous centers over the years, trained thousands of therapists on the application of listening therapy, developed guidelines and protocols for listening equipment, and in the process developed a rare level of experience in clinic management. Most recently she co-founded Integrated Listening Systems (iLs) for which she overseas the Administration, Training and Program Development. Kate’s intimate knowledge of all facets of listening therapy and clinic management serve to make the Practitioner training course very popular among clinicians and educators. -Laura Dunn

SleepSherpa.com

“I have been using the Dreampad for the past 3 nights and love it! The app is very easy to use and all the music is extremely relaxing and not overpowering. You sort of forget the music is playing but at the same time it keeps your mind from wandering and worrying which used to keep me up at night.     – Ben, SleepSherpa.com

MercuryNews.com

Study Indicates Dreampad(TM) Is an Effective Sleep Solution for War Veterans

London Evening Standard

London’s Best Sleep Technology

LIVESTRONG.COM

2 New Tech Gadgets to Help You Focus, Relax and Sleep

Parade

10 Ways to Stress Less on National Relaxation Day

The Maryland Women’s Journal

Featured on the cover

Women's Journal cover

Huffington Post

We Tried It: Dreampad

French magazine BiiGBLOG

Douce nuit sur oreiller connecté…

CNN

Bone conduction: Get used to the voices in your head

CNET

DreamPad pillow plays music only you can hear

The Independent

Sweet dreams: 10 best sleeping gadgets

Fargo, ND WDay News Story

“Heartsprings” is using innovative therapy to help those with Parkinson’s

Autism World Magazine

November 2013 Issue, page 32

Anxiety: Is Sound Therapy the Solution?

BBC News

Washington DC, Channel 5 FOX News

August 1st, 2013

MD. Business Helping Children With Autism With Sensory Issues

Saint Louis, MO Channel 5 NBC News

April 24th, 2013

Local Therapist Uses Music to Reach Autistic Patients

Autism Eye Magazine

Spring 2013 Issue

Hear to Help (PDFiLs PDF Document) – Integrated Listening Systems is a therapy that combines an auditory listening programme with visual and movement exercises. Dr Ron Minson, who found auditory programmes successful for his own daughter, reports on how it can help.

Autism Eye Magazine

WA Channel 4 ABC News

March 22nd, 2013

Local autistic boy making greats strides with music therapy

Mobile, AL Channel 15 NBC News

January 2nd, 2013

Local Family Using Breakthrough Autism Treatment (PDFiLs PDF Document)

Denver Post Article

November 27th, 2012

Denver psychiatrist’s sound therapy attracts attention for autism treatment (Download as PDF)

Presentation

Ron Minson, MD presented at the US Autism & Asperger Association conference, in Denver, on Sat. Sept 8th at 2:30pm. “A Neuroplasticity-based Intervention for Home & Clinic”
The abstract can be located here.

Mother Club Blog

December 20th, 2011

Integrated Listening Provides Real Results for Autism

Attention Talk Radio

November 30th, 2011

Interview with iLs’ Ron Minson, M.D. and Rebecca Goniwich

Fox News

November 28th, 2011

New treatment helping children with ADHD, autism.

ABC News

October 6th, 2011

Local Company Develops ‘Breakthrough’ For Autism, ADD Therapy

NBC News:

May 16th, 2010

New program attempts to re-train the brain

The Denver Business Journal

November 18th, 2011

Integrated Listening Systems invests in growth plans

The Coffee Klatch

October 23rd, 2011

 

Mother Cub Radio Show

May 12th, 2011

Music to My Ears; Why iLs is an Autism Therapy Worth Checking Out (MP3)

In this episode of The Mother Cub Show, host Susan Lynn Perry interviews Dr. Ron Minson, one of the driving forces behind the creation of iLs.  Dr. Minson discusses how this unique multi-sensory program was the first of its kind.  By combining movement, listening and visual stimulation all within one therapy, the iLs program helps to integrate all sensory systems within the body.

In the second half of the show iLs Associate Rebecca Goniwich will discuss how this particular therapy provided dramatic results for her entire family.

Autism Support Network

January 31st, 2011
iLs Autism Case Study

Autism Support Network – conducted by Andrea W. Pointer, M.S., CCC-SLP, Shannon Norris, OTR/L and Cindy Dawkins, OTR/L of Kids Kount Therapy Services, LLC

iLs Autism Support Network Case Study

 

“Integrated Listening – Brain Training to Improve Student’s Processing, Attention & Performance.”

June 14th, 2010

iLs founders Kate O’Brien Minson and Randall Redfield make an appearance on LA Talk Radio for a segment titled “Integrated Listening – Brain Training to Improve Student’s Processing, Attention & Performance.”

Read a description of the segment, and listen to the archived show. (To listen to the show – approx length 50 minutes – click the “Play” button next to the photos)

Feeding The Hungry Brain With Music, by Chynna Tanara Laird

Autism Support Network (originally featured in Parenting Special Needs Magazine)

April 2nd, 2010 – Article Link

Dr. Edward Hallowell’s Blog Entry on using iLs for ADHD, dyslexia and other learning difficulties.

January 13th, 2010 – Article Link

Advance Magazine Report: Effectively addressing attention & auditory processing

January 4th, 2010 – Article Link

 

What is iLs?

iLs is a complementary approach to brain fitness which can be integrated into a broad variety of educational, therapeutic and self-improvement programs. In the same way we can train our bodies to become stronger and healthier, iLs trains the brain to process sensory, cognitive and emotional information more effectively. With better synaptic connectivity, we perform better. It’s about as simple as that.

We start with music and movement, and then gradually integrate language and cognitive processes. The exercises appear simple but become increasingly difficult as we add new layers for simultaneous processing. The program involves no computers or screens of any type. Someone once referred to iLs as “a boot camp for the brain.” We’d like to think of it more as play, and we all know we work hardest when we play!

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