IM-Home provides the same benefits as the Interactive Metronome, with the convenience of in-home use. Virtual Training is a concept of using IM-Home with clients who are not able to see the clinician in person. Virtual clients may have restrictions (such as insurance, transportation, health limitations, or location) that prevent them from keeping weekly appointments with the clinician. The concept of Virtual training offers both the clinician and the client ease of use and all the benefits of traditional IM Training. Upon completion of the course, you will be able to determine candidacy for IM-Home Virtual Training, assess individual client needs based upon Short and Long Form Assessments, develop individualized virtual treatment plans that are synchronized to your patients’ computers when they log in (eClinic), fine-tune or revise treatment plans based upon patient comments/feedback, review detailed session data and patient comments about their in-home sessions to aid you in troubleshooting their care, and send/receive messages to guide the treatment process. You will learn how to teach your patients to view detailed session reports to better track their own progress, to enter comments after each treatment activity as needed, and to communicate more efficiently with you via eClinic. You (the Clinician) will also learn about the benefits of Virtual Training from a business marketing and profit standpoint. This course is offered only to IM-Home Certified Providers.
Lisa Poe, an experienced IM Provider, IM Instructor, & IM-Home Specialist, will share tips & strategies developed in clinical practice to elicit the most from each client with regard to motivation, compliance & performance in order to achieve optimal results. Lisa will discuss age-specific training considerations, specific tips & motivational strategies, including “tools” that can be found in and around the home to enhance motivation toward training and results. Several photos and videos have been incorporated into this presentation to best illustrate the ideas shared.