The Interactive Metronome 360: An in-clinic and at-home delivery model We are excited to provide you with a deeper look into the IM360 delivery model and how IM and IM-Home can play a vital role in your practice presented by Dr. Douglas Stephey. Dr. Stephey is an Optometrist (who also holds a master’s degree in Education) boasts 20-years as being an IM Provider! Learn how he has leveraged IM-Home to broaden his reach in his clinical practice.
The Sensory Project Interviews Interactive Metronome Provider, April Christopherson, OTR/L Have you heard of Interactive Metronome? It is an evidence-based training and assessment tool that has been proven to improve cognition, attention, focus, memory, speech/language, executive functioning, comprehension, and motor[...]
PODCAST: Move Look & Listen Podcast with Dr. Douglas Stephey – Interactive Metronome: The Brain’s Timing Clock Dr. Stephey welcomes Amy Vega, the clinical consultant for Interactive Metronome and a speech pathologist. Douglas W. Stephey, O.D., M.S. is a full-service eye and vision care provider in Southern California and is a sought-after conference speaker, educator, and passionate advocate for patients diagnosed with ADHD, parents with a child that lands on the Autistic spectrum, and students in special education. This podcast will educate you about common eye problems, how nutrition plays is a key role in your vision health, what exactly is 20/20 vision and why seeing 20/20 is not enough to move, look, and listen through your life with ease.
Finally! Data with Suggested Minimum for Dosage IM (It’s not as much as you think!) We often get asked how long does it take to start seeing results with Interactive Metronome? The short answer is—it depends. It depends on age, diagnosis, deficits being treated and many other factors, bottom line, gains with IM vary from person to person. What we can tell you is where to start with training your clients by providing you a suggested minimum dosage for IM.
ADHD and Brain Connectivity
Check out our friend Dr. Kevin McGrew's blog about ADHD and brain connectivity. In it, he explores the science behind white matter connections and how it affects children with ADHD. Read more information on ADHD and several other neurological conditions, research and interesting science over on www.brainclock.net.
It All Matters: White Matter and You
We have talked before about how fast your brain really is, but how do those signals get to their final destination? Check out our exploration of white matter tracts and how they relate to your brain's overall health and functionality.
“Brain: an apparatus with which we think we think”
Your brain is an incredibly fast, effective and efficient machine that makes about 10,402,560,000,000,000,000,000 calculations per day if everything is running smoothly. That also leaves a lot of room for error. So how does that three pound fat ball on your shoulders control all of that information? Read more to find out about brain communication and information processing.
Not Just Brain Training
Brain health and neuroplasticity have become all the rage. Lumosity commercials are a mainstay on cable television, often interrupting tv shows like Brain Games. There is no end to the options when it comes to brain training, but do any of these programs work? Scientist say yes, but there could be a catch. Read more to find out how IM's unique and patented system challenges thinking and movement simultaneously, leading to long lasting improvements in functional brain networks.
Brain Awareness Week
Brains! Believe it are not, they aren’t just a delicious meal for zombies! That wrinkled ball of fat and nerves is the only thing keeping you alive and this week it's our job to make you aware of how important the brain is.
Who Needs A Watch?
Two clocks!? Holy cow, I'm already late according to the one on the wall. New research suggests that the brain actually has two clocks working simultaneously, and possibly competing with each other. Find out why timing is even more important now than ever.