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Interactive Metronome (IM) has undergone clinical studies
that show improvements in children and adults with:
- Sensory Integration Disorder
- Autism Spectrum
- Cerebral Palsy
- Non-verbal Learning Disorder
- ADD / ADHD
- General Academic Difficulties
Many children and adults diagnosed with developmental disorders
or with general learning difficulties may show:
- Language deficits, such as:
- Poor listening comprehension
- Poor verbal expression
- Poor reading comprehension
- Poor organizational skills
- Poor memory
- Poor fine and gross motor skills
- Poor balance
"Motor planning and sequencing is a critical component of the deficit in a
variety of developmental and learning disorders"
Consider a simple computer assessment with the Interactive Metronome® (IM).
This FREE timing assessment is available through Learning Matters.
The Interactive Metronome® is a computer-powered assessment and treatment tool that
improves motor planning, timing and sequencing through auditory and visual cues, and
develops fundamental capacities for learning and performance. The two-minute assessment
uses headphones, hand, and foot sensors to determine how closely a participant responds to
computer-generated musical beats.
During treatment, the IM's patented, auditory guidance system progressively challenges
participants to systematically improve their motor planning, timing and sequencing.
Like training wheels on a bicycle, the guide sounds instantaneously provide feedback on
the accuracy of each movement and encourage improvement.
Interactive Metronome® treatment has been found to improve motor planning and
coordination in both children and adults in academic and sports endeavors. In addition,
IM performance correlates with academic achievement in areas such as mathematics,
language, reading, and attention to tasks.
To arrange for your child's free Interactive Metronome timing screening call
Visit InteractiveMetronome.com for more information
and research supporting the effectiveness of IM.