Frequently Asked Questions
What is Interactive Metronome? +
Interactive Metronome is a License, non-invasive assessment and training device that improves Synchronization in the brain evolve in greater neural planning and demonstrable result in areas of function where synchronization timing in the brain is critical.
Interactive Metronome is an evidence-based training and assessment tool. IM’s is shown to improve cognition, attention, focus, memory, speech/language, executive functioning, Comprehension, as well as motor, ADHD, autism, sensory processing disorder, learning disabilities, developmental delays, and speech-language issues.
How does Interactive Metronome work? +
Interactive Metronome is a computer-based therapy that improves motor planning, timing and sequencing, all of which are considered fundamental capacities for learning and performance. The one-minute assessment uses headphones, hand and foot sensors to determine how closely a participant responds to computer-generated musical beats. An IM training program may be beneficial to children who score outside of the normal range.
The interactive Metronome is evidence based, engaging therapeutic modality used by professional who work along with adult, and pediatric patients with neurological conditions that affect cognitive and motor functioning. It is both an assessment and treatment tool and has shown great improvements in the following areas and functions of the brain.
Areas of the Brain +
Functions of the Brain +
The interactive Metronome challenges clients to synchronize a Whole range of exercises to a beat. A score is provided in milliseconds. It’s also a game -like features that keep the client engage with auditory and visual direction and provide feedback while motivates the client to improve their score.
Interactive Metronome Evidence -Based +
Studies shows, Interactive Metronome training has been found to improve the brain functioning in children and adults. In addition, IM performance corresponds with academic achievement in areas such as mathematics, language, reading, and attention and many more.