health & dyslexia: auditory difficulties interactive metronome (im) therapy & dyslexia
Interactive Metronome (IM) & Dyslexia
For centuries, musicians have used a metronome to help them keep time. Recently, it has hit the headlines as work is being carried out with clients with dyslexia and ADHD.
Interactive Metronome apparently has undergone scientific trials, and, is said, amongst other things, shown improvement in Attention and Concentration, Motor Control and Coordination
The Metronome helps train the brain to plan, sequence and process information more effectively through repetition of interactive exercises. The Interactive Metronome program involves repeated hand, toe, and heel exercises.
Interactive Metronome therapy is said to help people with many disorders, including: , Autism Disorder, ADHD, dyslexia and many others.