Developmental optometrists, also known as behavioral or pediatric optometrists (if your specialty is with school age children), are more than your average eye doctor. There is more to optometry than correcting blurred vision or an astigmatism. Are the eyes functioning together as a team? Is the malfunction affecting learning? Is a vision disorder affecting motor control? Those are the questions that concern developmental optometrists.
IM is the only training program that improves timing in the brain in an organized, systematic, flexible and engaging format.
Vision problems could lead to eyestrain, pain and frustration that manifests as bad behavior, inattention, poor posture, lower academic performance and general emotional disorders associated with increased social pressure. Many visual and auditory processing conditions are associated with poor Neurotiming. So, addressing the underlying problem of deficient Neurotiming can help pave the way for greater success in therapy.
That is where Interactive Metronome® (IM) can help.
Why Developmental Optometrists Love IM
IM helps your clients reach their outcome goals faster!
- Auditory Attention/Concentration
- Visual Attention & Processing
- Processing Speed
- Working Memory
- Reading & Academic Performance
- Fall Risk Reduction
- Activities of Daily Living
- Visual Processing Disorder
- Dyslexia & Other Reading Disorders
- Learning Disorders
- Developmental Disorders
- Traumatic Brain Injury
Results with Interactive Metronome®
Thousands of clients, case studies & clinical testimonials demonstate effectiveness
Attend an exciting webinar to learn more about how IM can help improve client outcomes
Many of our Developmental Optometry professionals have elevated their practice by completing our diagnoses or deficiency related courses to augment their IM training services. These webinars are great tools for inspiring you with new and innovative ways to incorporate IM in many different ways during client training. While we offer a full range of webinars, some of the following webinars listed have information particular to your profession.
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