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Interactive Metronome

Our brains work almost as an internal clock that controls functions such as motor coordination, hand-eye coordination, sequencing skills, and overall timing ability. When these brain functions are disrupted (developmental delay, neurological injury, degenerative disease, etc), our ability to function accordingly in our environment is altered.

One of the ways in which these functions can get on track is through the Interactive Metronome. Click read more to find out how an Interactive Metronome can help you! 

What is an Interactive Metronome?

An Interactive Metronome is an assessment and treatment tool that provides auditory and visual feedback to address and enhance the neural timing. This treatment tool assists in targeting the underlying condition and increases an individual’s functional engagement in every day tasks and activities.

What are the Benefits of an Interactive Metronome?

  • Increase attention/focus
  • Improve impulse control
  • Improve motor planning
  • Improve motor coordination
  • Increase sequencing and timing skills
  • Improve social skills
  • Improve organization

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Written by: Rachel Chaney, MS, OTRL

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