By Amy Vega - September 4, 2014
How do you know if you’re client is a candidate for IM training?
IM Clinical Support frequently receives inquiries about whether IM training will be beneficial for certain conditions. Based upon research, case studies and years of clinical observation, there are several areas of function that appear to be impacted by improving neural timing and synchronization with IM training. Rather than focusing on the diagnosis or condition to determine whether Interactive Metronome or IM-Home is appropriate for your client or student, it may be more helpful to determine candidacy based upon skill areas where IM has been shown to have an impact.
Amy Vega, MS, CCC-SLP
Interactive Metronome, Inc
Clinical Education Director
Clinical Advisory Board Director
Clinical Education Administrator