What do we do when we read?
To read you need to do three things:
Dyslexia Busters exercises improve both hearing and visual acuity. They also stimulate forebrain areas that are used by normal readers, building and strengthening the neural connections so that they can do their job.
iLs Pilot Study
Dyslexia Busters uses the Integrated Listening System (iLs). Developed by merging therapeutic techniques developed in France and the United States, iLs correlates different levels of auditory sensitivity with different neuro-educational problems, including autism and ADHD as well as dyslexia. Below is a video based on a pilot study conducted at a school in Denver, Colorado.
As well, you can click here to see how iLs helped its founder Ron Minson deal with his own daughter's dyslexia.