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Aging & Memory

Improve memory, balance, focus and concentration.

Helps with ADHD, Alzheimer's, Autism, Parkinson's, Stroke, Brain Injury, Concussion and more!


Appropriate for all ages!


What is Interactive Metronome?

Improve Cognition, Coordination and Balance, and Lower Anxiety.

Delivered in a game-like way, Interactive Metronome training improves your brain's timing through rhythm and repetition. Quick, precise brain timing enhances cognitive processing and physical movement.


You’ll perform a suite of physical movements to a computer-generated metronome beat.  As your accuracy improves, your neural efficiency is strengthened, improving your brain’s ability to synchronize thought and movement.


After doing the Initial Interactive Metronome Assessment, here's what 56-year-old Tina, had to say, "Debbie, my anxiety has been almost non-existent today!"

Call or text to schedule an assessment, so we can help you design a course of treatment at 


Where is Interactive Metronome?

You can do this virtually from the comfort of your own home with an Interactive Metronome Home-Unit!

Training Helps You Overcome Difficulties
Associated With
  • ADHD

  • Alzheimer's

  • Stroke

  • Brain injury

  • Autism

  • Anxiety

  • Sleep

  • Parkinson's

  • MS

  • SPD

  • Development disorders

  • Fine Motor Delay

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Research-backed Program


Interactive Metronome is a research-backed program that helps improve timing in the brain, which leads to improvements like focus, coordination, planning, as well as processing speed. If you have "Brain Fog," Interactive Metronome can help.


Whether you want to excel at sports, are born with a developmental deficit, suffering from a neurological injury or battling a degenerative condition, Interactive Metronome is one of the key ingredients for enhancing your amazing brain and improving your life! 

Interactive Metronome training is making forgetfulness a thing of the past!


Dementia is insidious and slow. The symptoms often appear sporadically, at times relatively mild, until one day the loss of function affects your life and those around you. It starts simple enough, you forget meetings, anniversaries, where your keys are, etc. Then, you feel scatterbrained, and if it isn’t on a list it might as well not get done.

The complex nature of Alzheimer’s disease has made treatment difficult, and only recently have doctors begun to address the underlying disease processes. Since Alzheimer’s begins affecting neurons long before most people notice any symptoms, new forms of treatment are being designed to stave off this initial damage to the functional brain network.

Unfortunately, Kathy began feeling the effects of Alzheimer’s long after the disease’s onset. She felt like a shadow of her former self, an empty shell. Alzheimer’s had stolen Kathy’s spark, but that didn’t sit well with Kathy or her husband; they did something about it! Despite years of regression, Kathy is back to herself with the help of IM training. That means that Kathy is out of retirement, even in her late 60’s. She isn’t just back to laughing and shopping, she is back working as an upholsterer!

Not only does Interactive Metronome therapy help slow the progression of Alzheimer’s, but it can help to restore previously lost functions.  


Interactive Metronome-Home, you don’t even have to leave the comfort of your own home. Some days it just hurts worse to get up and go to therapy. No more worrying about fitting training into your schedule, the pain or the cost of reaching your Provider. Now, you can complete your training under the supervision of your Provider, but in the comfort of your own living room, bedroom, office, etc. Ask me about Interactive Metronome-Home today! 

Who does Interactive Metronome help?

Interactive Metronome helps:

  • Autism


  • Alzheimer's

  • Reading/Math

  • Learning Disorders

  • Behavioral Disorders

  • Balance Disorders

  • Parkinson's

  • Concussion

  • Stroke

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