International Women's Day (March 8) is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. Over the past 20 years, many people have helped to shape Interactive Metronome, and this month, we want to showcase some of the women who have worked to understand IM’s efficacy as a therapeutic modality for rehab & therapy professionals around the world!
Sherrie Hardy from Hardy Brain Training Camarillo, CA
Check out how Sherrie has been using IM therapy to help patients from ages 4 to 90 overcome ADD/ADHD, learning disabilities, anxiety, depression, autism, and many other diagnoses. After trying IM with her own daughter, Sherrie added the therapy to her clinic's offerings. Sherrie has worked with over 2500 clients at Hardy Brain Training, Hardy Academy, and her foundation. Read more to hear some of Sherrie's success stories and find out how Sherrie has incorporated IM Home into her therapy.
"I get all A’s now and I can hear the television when I’m two rooms away!"
The school day was over, but in a classroom tucked away at a far end of Rio Real Elementary School in Oxnard, CA, a group of 10 students were just getting started. Many of them were hovering around two rows of computers being set up with cables connected to a white box, strange-looking hand sensors and mats. At least, they were strange-looking to me. These kids, ages 7 and 8, were part of the Boys and Girls Club Hardy Brain Camp Training Program, and this was their last...
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