Research has shown that IM improves focus ability, impulsivity control, motor planning, and coordination. This means that training the brain with timing and rhythmicity will benefit the children and adolescents alike.
IM is being used to help:
The success of IM occurs as it integrates sight, sound and physical movements to improve:
- Working Memory: This is the ability to store information and ideas. Memory is essential for word recognition, comprehension of complex sentences and remembering instructions.
- Attention: The ability to focus on information tasks and ignore distractions.
- Processing: The rate at which a child is able to accurately perceive and manipulate information tasks without being distracted.
- Sequencing: The placing of detailed information in its accustomed order, for example: days of the week, the alphabet or long division.
- Motor Coordination: The combination of purposeful body movements working together, as in tying a shoe, hand writing or riding a bicycle
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