IM Training Sets the Stage for Success

Learn how Brian got back to acting, and not just acting out.
Brian is the youngest of three children and lives at home with his mother, father and two older siblings. He is seven years old. His parents reported that Brian was delivered full-term; however, he was born with Transient Tachypnea of the Newborn (TTN) causing […]

By |March 20th, 2017|ADHD, Brain Training, Children, Interactive Metronome|0 Comments

Bringing Joy Back Into Childhood

Kevin is a 3 and a half year old little boy who was born premature and demonstrates developmental delays. He attends a developmental preschool and receives occupational, physical and speech therapy. Kevin is non-verbal and communicates through facial expressions, vocalizations and crying. Kevin made fleeting eye contact and was easily overwhelmed with his classroom environment, […]

By |March 8th, 2017|ADHD, Children, Interactive Metronome|0 Comments

A Happy Parent Makes A Happy Child

That is so easy to say but at some points in life, it’s not possible — or at least not easy — to feel happy. However, even at those times it is possible to feel happier. By taking whatever steps you can manage to give yourself a happiness boost, you give yourself a deeper reservoir to […]

By |February 24th, 2017|Adult, General|0 Comments

For a healthy brain, Enjoying a laugh with your kids

For a healthy brain, Enjoying a laugh
A sense of humour is the ability to understand humour and/or appreciate a joke. A person with a well-developed sense of humour can recognise what’s funny in others and in life. Joking around with your kids can help their brain develop this essential, important skill.

Making, telling and laughing at jokes helps kids appreciate […]

By |February 14th, 2017|Adult, Brain Training, Children|0 Comments

Get ADHD children to play outdoors more!

Can you remember playing outside as a kid? A time to run around and let loose, play with your friends and explore! You may remember walking or riding to school and making up all kinds of imaginative games on the greenbelt or in your back yard. Well, that doesn’t happen much anymore.

Today, children suffer from nature-deficit which […]

By |February 8th, 2017|ADHD, Children|0 Comments

Help Your ADHD Child Deal With Perceived Failures

Failure may disappoint and hurt a child with ADHD, but it shouldn’t devastate him. His self-esteem takes a hit because he interprets each negative experience as further proof that he is a “loser.” The following words can be for any child but those with ADHD are far less resilient and struggle to contain their emotions.

Very […]

By |January 19th, 2017|ADHD, Children|0 Comments

Parents of children with ADHD

Parents often feel sorry for their child with ADHD (and for themselves), but these fleeting moments of pity usually come after a particularly difficult morning! However, one usually recovers from the pity party pretty quickly, because the truth is, if he didn’t have ADHD, he wouldn’t be himself! ADHD is as much a part of […]

By |December 20th, 2016|ADHD, Adult, Education|0 Comments

Interactive Metronome Feedback Reports

Charles, a 10-year-old boy, was battling with Reading Fluency & Self-Esteem. His parents were referred for speech therapy and then IM because of his low grades at school. He especially struggled in maths, and didn’t like to read at all! Charles was extremely motivated from the very beginning of his IM sessions. He set himself […]

By |December 5th, 2016|Children, Education|0 Comments

Sensory in Summer!

As the summer holidays approach, the world changes for a child with a sensory processing disorder. The type of clothing you wear, the temperature, the foods you eat, your daily schedule, where you play, the list could go on and on. These changes can put sensory kiddo’s over the edge. But, there are things one […]

By |November 25th, 2016|Children|0 Comments

6 Study Tips for ADHD Students

Doing homework and studying with ADD/ADHD can be more manageable when your child embraces techniques that help him to keep his mind focused on the task at hand. Traditional study methods of long study sessions and sitting at desks can have your child spending more time distracted than productive. That leaves no one happy and […]

By |October 23rd, 2015|ADHD, Education, Interactive Metronome|0 Comments