What is the Focus System?
Information provided by iLS (https://integratedlistening.com/ils-focus-series/):
The Focus System is a clinical intervention used to improve brain function through brain and body integration via multisensory input.
The Focus System can be used in-clinic or at home, and consists of specially-treated music combined with fun movement activities, and, when ready, cognitive challenges to further activate brain networks.
Ideal for both children and adults, the Focus System includes programs for sensory & motor, concentration & attention, reading & auditory processing and more.
And with the flexibility of 60-minute or 30-minute sessions, it’s easy to implement in the office, at school or at home.
The Focus System is an effective therapy for both children and adults.
In younger people and those recovering from injury, this staged approach develops a foundation that may never have been fully developed or was interrupted due to an event. With appropriate stimulation, the brain’s ability to successfully process and retain information leads to better academic outcomes. In addition, there is an increased ability to control impulses, self-regulate behavior and engage appropriately with others.
Teens and adults see improvement in these areas, as well as improvement in reading comprehension, concentration, memory, and performance at work. Most report less stress and anxiety and a happier disposition.