October is National Physical Therapy Month and we want to say thank you to all of our PT Providers who work tirelessly to help individuals recover from serious injuries, accidents and motor conditions that have robbed them of the quality of life. We are dedicated to help you get your clients back on their feet and back to ADLs...Awesome Daily Living.
Yep, we are on board. It took us a little time to get everybody together in the office and get it filmed, but we took the challenge. ALS is a serious condition that affects thousands of people; striking with no rhyme or reason, and often with no warning. Help us defeat ALS one cold shower at a time!
This month we shine the spotlight on Dillen Hartley, an Occupational Therapist and IM Provider from upstate South Carolina. Dillen has hosted webinars for Interactive Metronome, teaches certification courses, serves on our clinical advisory board and still finds time to run multiple clinics that provide services to clients of all ages! Wowwy wow, Dillen! Incredible work, and it is time to show him some love.
This month we shine the spotlight on Angie Cilluffo, an educator and IM Provider from Greensboro, NC. Angie works wonders with children who have reading and handwriting difficulties, and still finds the time to treat people of all ages who are just looking to improve their overall timing. After seeing the results of IM with her own son, Angie was hooked. Find out how Angie incorporates IM into her training!
This July, we shine the spotlight on Mary Jones. Mary has been a Provider for over a decade and serves on Interactive Metronome's Clinical Advisory Board and just recently finished presenting our new Pediatric Coaching Program in a 10 module online webinar series. Check out some more great tips from Mary about dealing with patients from all backgrounds!
Our Provider of the Month for June is Lori Schmidt, an educator from Topeka, Kansas. Lori works in her own clinic to provide services for clients from ages 3 to 83. She has used Interactive Metronome to help those with conditions such as ADHD, LD and austim; she also works with athletes and professionals who are just looking for that edge. We want to thank Lori for all of her hard work and the many hours devoted to helping others. Fantastic, Lori!
This month, we shine the spotlight on a great educator from the Washington DC area, Mary Schlesinger. Mary works with clients of all ages, and with a variety of conditions. Whether it is infants with SPD or adults dealing with strokes, Mary works tirelessly to help her clients succeed with the help of IM training. Read more to check out more about her great work!
Jorden is an awesome kid! We are just happy that IM could be part of his life and really help take his therapy sessions to the next level. Kudos, Jorden! Keep up the great work and we look forward to hearing that you are doing fantastic for years to come.
Our providers come from a variety of backgrounds, and we love them all the same. However, this April we too are celebrating Occupational Therapy Month. It gives us a special opportunity to thank OTs in particular for their great work. Thank you all for taking them time to help people get back to living the life they want! Our Provider of the Month is Wendy Harron from DuPont Hospital for Children. Wendy is one of our superstar pediatric providers, but she also knows what it is like to be the one in need of assistance. Check out her story!
Dr. Kevin McGrew, or the Time Doc, is the Director of the Institute for Applied Psychometrics (IAP). He is also the Research Director for the Woodcock-Muñoz Foundation (WMF) and a Visiting Professor in Educational Psychology at the University of Minnesota. He received a master’s degree in School Psychology at Moorhead State University and a doctoral degree in Educational Psychology at the University of Minnesota. He was a practicing school psychologist for 12 years and then spent 10 years as a Professor of Applied Psychology at St. Cloud State University. Dr. McGrew currently conducts research in the areas of theories of human intelligence, personal competence, intelligence testing, school learning, and the application of neurotechnology to cognitive performance and learning. He has published over 70 different journal articles, books or book chapters in his areas of expertise. Additional information can be found at his MindHub® web portal (www.themindhub.com).
Dr. McGrew is a member of the IM scientific advisory board and he explains his theory on brain timing in our new IM demo video. Dr. McGrew also has several other new projects underway, including co-authoring the fourth edition of the Woodcock-Johnson battery (WJ IV), a comprehensive, individually administered battery of cognitive, language and achievement tests. Find out more about the Woodcock Johnson: Fourth Edition, at www.wj-iv.com.