Early Childhood Language Development
Welcome to the world of iQsonics, where sound and neuroscience come together for health, education and fun. Our team of researchers, neuroscientists, musicians, artists, therapists, and educators are designing products and services that reach the target population in clinics, schools, and families at home.
The flagship program we are currently prototyping is a Music Language computer game for children with autism or other slow learning language development to learn how to speak, based on a clinically tested music therapy technique that has proven more effective than standard speech therapy for this target public.
There are currently 60,000 ASD children between 2-5 years old in the US who will benefit from this therapeutic model. Our goal is to make this language program game available online to all these children and their families.
We at iQsonics are developing Sing and Speak 4 Kids, an online music-based language program to support young children with delayed speech development. This interactive program, using a clinically tested therapy called Developmental Speech Language Training through Music (DSLM), serves as a supplement to other speech therapy modalities and will be guided by the Training Team of teachers, therapists and families.
David Sonnenschein with Dr. Temple Grandin at Autism and Asperger's Syndrome Conference at LAX Hilton, discussing how to maximize the effectiveness of Sing and Speak 4 Kids.