By Interactive Metronome - March 9, 2012
Has your child ever had trouble concentrating on daily tasks? Although Mason Roach, a 6-year-old boy, was not diagnosed with ADHD, he still showed similar symptoms. Mason had trouble following through with simple tasks, such as taking a shower and brushing his teeth. His Mom came to Lisa Poe, OTR/L for help.
Lisa used Interactive Metronome (IM) therapy, a non-invasive and drug free treatment, to help Mason concentrate and focus. After going through the IM program, Mom has seen amazing results!
A surprising testimony from a Senator in Hattiesburg, MS that “Liked” Lisa’s business page on Facebook had this to say about the interview:
"I caught this interview on the radio this morning. Great story! Is there a link online so we can share the radio interview with others? If not, how nice it would be if someone were to post the audio of it on YouTube… What makes this interview so fantastic is hearing it. Adults can say all they want to about the values of their approach to their own set of circumstances, but when given the opportunity to "hear" this six year old on the radio, parents who are familiar with hearing the same thing will know to look into Interactive Metronome."
Listen to the Interview with Mason, his Mom, and Lisa Poe OTR/L on MPB Think radio!