Interactive Metronome® can be utilized by trained therapists across multiple disciplines including: speech, occupational, and physical therapists.
These therapists employ Interactive Metronome® technology accompanied by specific exercises focusing on hand/foot movements to support individuals in a variety of areas. Please see our main Interactive Metronome® page for further details and reference information.
How long is the Interactive Metronome Intensive?
An intensive with Interactive Metronome® typically consists of 15 sessions within three weeks. Some intensives can include a minimum of 10 sessions using Interactive Metronome®, depending on a child and family’s individual needs and schedules. For more information about intensive formatting and scheduling, please speak with your individual therapist and Interactive Metronome® provider.
At Beth Osten & Associates, an Interactive Metronome® intensive can also be paired with traditional occupational therapy and physical therapy services to promote accelerated/optimized treatment outcomes. Interactive Metronome® intensives can be either clinic-based or delivered in-home with proper equipment. Please discuss with your individual therapist about which setting would be the best fit for your child and family.
Interested in scheduling an intensive using Interactive Metronome®?
Please call our Occupational Therapy Intake line at 847.663.1020 ext. 153 to speak to one of out therapist.
Occupational therapy helps children and adults develop the skills needed for play, socialization, learning, and participation in daily activities.
Interactive Metronome® (IM) is both a mode of assessment and training that can support the improvement of synching up neural impulses.
Other therapeutic intensive treatments offered at Beth Osten & Associates.
Bike Riding - An intensive that supports achieving this milestone by working step by step until we can “lose the training wheels.”
Fine Motor - This focuses on promoting improvement of hand strength and coordination, visual-motor connection, as well as other skills needed to meet the fine motor demands of various age groups.
Handwriting - We address the foundational elements of developing fine motor skills including strength, coordination, and manipulation, all in a fun and supportive environment.
Sensory Integration & Sensory Processing - Our goal is facilitate improvement in processing and integrating sensory information to promote better access to social interaction and daily functional tasks across environments.
AIT - Using the AIT technology, we can promote developing self-regulation, speech/language skills, spatial orientation, and decreasing hypersensitivity to sound.