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Introduction to Interactive Metronome®: Professional Application in Hospitals, Clinics and Schools
Synchronous timing of neural networks is fundamental for cognitive, communicative, sensory, and motor performance in individuals of all ages. Numerous peer reviewed research studies have implicated poor neural timing & synchronization, which manifests as poor auditory-motor timing & rhythm, in Dyslexia and other reading disorders; speech and language disorders; Auditory Processing Disorder; ADHD; Autism Spectrum Disorders; Sensory Processing Disorders; cognitive, communicative (aphasia) & motor dysfunction following stroke and TBI; Parkinson’s Disease; schizophrenia; and Alzheimer’s Disease. Some of the observable symptoms of impaired neural timing & synchronization include trouble with attention, working memory, processing speed, auditory processing, speech & language, academic achievement in reading & math, sensory processing, and motor coordination & control. This informative presentation will introduce you to a patented biometric technology, called the Interactive Metronome® that is specifically designed to help you objectively evaluate and treat this underlying impairment in auditory-motor timing & rhythm in order to help your clients and students accelerate outcomes and exceed expectations. There is no prerequisite to attend this introductory course.
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