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Interactive Metronome

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What is Interactive Metronome?

Interactive Metronome® (IM) is an evidence-based training and assessment tool.

IM is proven to improve cognition, attention, focus, memory, speech/language, executive functioning, comprehension, as well as motor and sensory skills.

IM training has Been shown to improve...
  • Attention and concentration

  • Motor coordination

  • Impulsivity control

  • Working memory

  • Processing speed

  • Auditory and language processing

  • Sensory processing 

  • Emotional regulation 

  • Social skills

  • Organizational skills

  • Reading and math

Why is this important?

Interactive Metronome® (IM) challenges clients to synchronize a range of whole-body exercises to a beat.

IM’s game-like features engage the client with auditory and visual guidance and provide real-time feedback in milliseconds, while encouraging him/her to improve their scores.

IM training can work for people from ages 1 to 100; however, some conditions affect children differently, and many lifelong conditions that can have a major impact on our adult brains actually begin in childhood.

In addition to the normal stress of puberty, starting each new school year, making friends, and growing up in our ever-changing world, conditions such as Autism, SPD, ADHD and Dyslexia can keep children from enjoying the happy, carefree life they deserve. IM training is a patented, flexible program that allows clients to synchronize their internal clocks. By restoring the critical skill of Neurotiming, children can effectively rewire their brain to work more efficiently and effectively. 

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How can ot help?

A child's body, mind, and senses must consistently work together to allow for proper interactions with their peers and surrounding environment. The IM program organizes the child's many systems to become one in-sync unit. In order to maintain functional independence and complete activities of daily living, your children need to restore the efficient, synchronized communication between their functional brain networks, this communication relies on timing.