• Debbie Flannery, M.Ed.

Improve Reading Skills with Interactive Metronome



One of the things that many of the parents of the children whom I have worked with have told me while we were doing Interactive Metronome sessions was that they noticed some type of improvement with reading and reading comprehension. Some of these children had difficulty with reading and letter recognition from the start and others did not, but improvement was still observed by parents or teachers.


When reading the research, it shows that performing the Interactive Metronome exercises helps to improve the internal time clock in the brain and speeding it up helps us to be more efficient in interpreting and decoding skills that are involved in reading.


I have seen children specifically for reading difficulties and they always improve! Reading for learning, as well as reading for enjoyment, is something that will be beneficial for a lifetime.


Contact LifeFit BrainFit at 906-774-5833, to schedule an appointment today!



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