IM treatment has been used to help children diagnosed with:

* Sensory Integration Disorder
* Autism Spectrum Disorder
* Cerebral Palsy
* Non-verbal Learning Disorder

Many children diagnosed with pediatric and developmental disorders
may show:

* Language deficits (poor listening comprehension, poor verbal
expression, poor reading comprehension)
* Poor organizational skills
* Poor memory
* Poor fine and gross motor skills
* Poor balance

Pediatric therapists and education specialists understand the correlation
between the neurological functions of motor planning and sequencing
and the critical aspects of human development, such as basic thinking,
organizing, academic achievement, and coordination.

When a child demonstrates a deficit in motor planning and sequencing, it
is typically accompanied by problems in learning, coordination, or
behavioral control. Prior to the development of Interactive Metronome,
Inc. (IM) pediatric therapists were able to identify patients with these
difficulties, but there was no system for measurable assessment and

Today we know how to measure a child’s motor planning and
sequencing abilities, and we can show measurable improvement in a  
short period of time.

IM has undergone scientific trials and has been shown to improve:

* Attention and Concentration
* Motor Control and Coordination
* Cognitive Processing
* Reading and Math Fluency
* Control of Aggression/Impulsivity