Interactive Metronome Therapy
What Is Interactive Metronome Therapy?
Interactive Metronome is an innovative, science-based movement therapy program. It provides a focused way for children to exercise their brain’s motor planning and sequencing processes.
This evidence-based tool measures and improves the synchronization of neural impulses within key brain networks.
Interactive Metronome Classes help improve attention, memory, and comprehension skills. It has been successfully used by educators for the following conditions in children and young adults:
- Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Auditory Processing Disorders
- Speech & Language Disorders
- Dyslexia & Other Reading Disorders
- Developmental/Learning Disorders
- Tramatic Brain Injury
- Pediatric Stroke
Recent studies have shown that the skills taught by music and movement strengthen mental components that are crucial to building a longer attention span and improving learning capacity. Learn more at interactivemetronome.com.
Not just for special needs, athletes and musicians have also used this type of therapeutic music program. Significant improvement in coordination, language processing and attention span have been achieved after completing Interactive Metronome Therapy classes.
Reach and Teach Music Lessons for Special Needs
Reach and Teach classes focus on the needs of children with physical, developmental, or emotional challenges including, but not limited to, ADD and Autism.
A Child’s Song has adapted mainstream music classes such as Kindermusik and GymbaROO for children who learn at a their own unique pace. We also have private music lessons by licensed instructors at our studio in Thornton, just outside of Denver. Many of our music teachers are also certified in special needs and early childhood education.
Sign up for a free trial class in Reach and Teach, Interactive Metronome Therapy, or any of our other music and movement classes for children with special needs. Contact Cindy Trost at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-460-7408 to learn more about how we adapt our existing classes to be accessible to all children.
Email email@example.com, or call 303-460-7408 with any questions about classes.