By Interactive Metronome - February 22, 2012
IM Helps Family with ADHD Therapy
In an effort to help those who need it most, we ran a contest in all our Facebook pages for prospective IM-Home users to name our mascot. We got great submissions and after much debate a winner was chosen!
Renee Williams and her 5-year-old son Cameron submitted the winning name for our mascot: IM Buddy!
Cameron and his mother Renee have never gone through the Interactive Metronome program and they are really exited to start their IM-Home sessions with one of our IM-Home providers. Renee, stumbled upon our IM-Home website and after reading and seeing that IM-Home would be very beneficial to her son, she took a chance to register for our contest at our Facebook page “Hope for ADHD.”
Cameron was just diagnosed with ADHD, disruptive disorder, and sensory disruption, making him a perfect candidate for Interactive Metronome and especially the IM-Home, which will provide him with a lot of training to develop those neurological changes that will help him control and overcome the effects of his diagnosis.
We’re very excited to have her and Cameron aboard for some virtual training and they are just as excited to now be a part of our IM Home family. We wish Cameron lots of luck with his training. We will be following his experience and progress throughout the next five weeks so check back often to see how he is doing.