What is Interactive Metronome and who can benefit?

Interactive metronome is a visual-auditory program via the use of computerized metronome to help coordinate “neural timing” to aid children and adults in focusing, attending, processing information, recalling and remembering, as well as in coordinating his/her motor system for movement.

This program is successfully used alongside functional therapy interventions for individuals with and without disorders such as Apraxia, ADHD, Autism Spectrum, Dyslexia, Reading, Auditory Processing Disorders, Brain injury, and more, as well as to enhance cognitive and athletic performance.

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