Sensory Integration Issues Improve with Interactive Metronome
Updated: Nov 25, 2019
Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) goes beyond trouble with vision and hearing, often affecting the tactile, proprioception, or vestibular system. Difficulty interpreting stimuli can lead to developmental delays, behavioral changes, difficulty with activities of daily living, ADLs and social problems. Over-crowded schools can lead to problems for children with hypersensitivity to touch or sound. Without proper supervision, over stimulation from the surrounding environment could make it impossible for children with SPD to engage and learn. But Interactive Metronome training can help!
After completing 17 Interactive Metronome therapy sessions, Lily was functionally a much more organized little girl. At school, she attends better during classroom activities and completes her work on time. At Girl Scouts she has earned new badges which requires memorization and following directions. Her mother noted that at a party she was able to participate in the party games, and even won a game! All of these things added up to a much more self-confident little girl. Using the Interactive Metronome during Lilly's treatment sessions really boosted her progress and she and her parents were thrilled!
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