Interactive Metronome (IM)
The Interactive Metronome is a computer based program that helps to improve attention and coordination in children and adults. The program combines the concept of a musical metronome with a technology based system that measures and improves a person’s
rhythm and timing. The method uses thirteen different hand and foot exercises
in a tapping motion.
This training program improves the processing abilities that affect attention,
motor planning, and sequencing. There is over a decade of clinical research
which indicates that gains in motor planning, rhythm, timing, and sequencing
lead to improvements in:
The competitive or casual athlete can also benefit from the Interactive Metronome.
People seeking improvement with their soccer/hockey/basketball skills, baseball
or golf swing experience positive results.
- Academic performance/Reading and Math Fluency
- Language processing and organizational skills
- Plan and sequence thoughts and actions
- Motor coordination
- Attention and concentration
- Learn from one’s experiences and mistakes