By Interactive Metronome - February 26, 2014
A Mother’s Love
The term “working mother” seems a bit redundant. After all, mother is more of a verb than a noun. Mothers will go to the ends of the earth to take care of their children; however, normally, they don’t have to travel that far. Well, Susan Sorensen did have to travel, and she flew over 5000 miles round trip to the Mainland every time she sought out a new specialist for her daughter.
That trend continued for years before Susan was introduced to Interactive Metronome® (IM), a therapeutic program that helps users improve mental timing in a systematic, engaging and flexible format. Although Sorensen recalled “improvement like I hadn’t ever seen before,” there were no certified IM providers in Hawaii. So, she did what she had to as a concerned mother, she became IM certified.
It wasn’t long before her friends noticed the amazing progress of her daughter and began asking her for help. In 2008, Sorensen opened Learn2Focus, a training program for children suffering from a variety of conditions, including ADHD, dyslexia and developmental delays. She also treats adults that experienced dementia, strokes and other brain insults.
Check out Christina O’Connor’s entrepreneur spotlight at midweek.com to find out more about Susan, Learn2Focus and her work with one boy that had been described as the “Tasmanian Devil” before IM.