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

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

Rhythm and Timing – Improve Your Cape Argus Cycle Tour Results

As an athlete preparing for the Cape Argus Cycle Tour you are probably focused on strength, durability, time results and much more. Cyclists from across the globe are gearing up for one of the world’s largest timed cycle races and much excitement is usually mixed with nervousness and a fear of not doing well. If […]

By |March 5th, 2014|Education|0 Comments