Who Is It For? Interactive Metronome® is for anyone seeking to improve their focus,
attention span, organization or rhythmic skills.
What Is It? Interactive Metronome® is a new educational technology that stimulates
neural timing and enhances the planning and sequencing skills important to attention
and learning. By exercising fundamental control over the mental functions and limbs,
the program builds the ability to concentrate and focus in a consistent manner and
promotes balance throughout the body.
When Is It Used? The DETP® is the starting point for determining which sound-based
therapy is appropriate. Interactive Metronome is recommended when need is
demonstrated by the DETP® or when needed to complement established
developmental and foundational skills.
Why Might I Use It? Interactive Metronome® is used to strengthen one’s attention
span, focus, organizational skills, social interactions, reading skills, rhythmic/music
skills, language comprehension, and enhance expressive language skills.
Where Is It Offered? Interactive Metronome® is offered at The Davis Center, or we
will provide the names of other local area practitioners
How Can I Schedule? Contact The Davis Center at 862-251-4637, 9:30 am to 5:30 pm,
Monday through Friday, Eastern Standard Time to schedule an evaluation. Or email
Sound-based therapies are not medical treatments. They do not cure or treat medical disease conditions. They
work on supporting change in learning, development, and wellness. The Davis Center does not diagnose or
prescribe for medical or psychological conditions; nor does it claim to prevent, treat, mitigate or cure such
conditions; nor provide diagnosis, care, treatment or rehabilitation of individuals or apply medical, mental health or
human development principles beyond the scope of professional practice.