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Timing – Rhythm – Motor Planning

he human brain’s efficiency and performance depend on the seamless transition of neuronetwork signals from one area of the brain to another. Augmenting internal processing speed within the neuroaxis can improve Auditory-Motor Processing Networks. There are key regions of the brain that are responsible for human timing as well as other day to day functions such as: sustained attention, language formulation, motor coordination and balance.

Motor planning and sequencing are central to human activity. From the coordinated movements needed to walk, to the order of words in a sentence, planning and sequencing are critical to efficient human function. Timing and rhthym are essential for us to become more successful in many of lifes different challenges that involve motor coordination, visual/auditory processing, and memorization of important information.

The following are instruments that we use in our therapy sessions: Interactive Metronome: As timing improves, the student’s attention, concentration, sequencing and motor planning all get better. We have seen many children and adults improve from initial scores in the 200 millisecond range to ending scores in the 20 millisecond range. Click here for more information – Interactive Metronome

Wayne Directional Sequencer: The Wayne Directional Sequencer includes pre-programmed activities for developing: Directionality Rhythm, Eye-hand coordination, Speed Sequencing, Visual Memory, Shape and Word Recognition, Tracking and Saccades.Click here for more information – Wayne Directional Sequencer

Wayne Saccadic Fixator: The built-in computer provides for the development of: Rapid saccadic fixations and tracking, Eye-hand coordination, Accuracy, Speed, Visual memory, Sequencing, Directionality, Synchronized rhythm, and Peripheral awareness.Click here for more information – Wayne Saccadic Fixator

Belgau Balance Board: Activities on the board improve the integration and timing of both hemispheres of the brain, as well as the integration and resolution of the vestibular, visual, kinesthetic, and tactile senses.Click here for more information – Belgau Balance Board Rotation Board: Activities done on the Rotation Board stimulate the areas of the brain responsible for projecting visual and auditory space and help to resolve the inability of the brain to construct a meaningful three dimensional model of the environment.Click here for more information – Rotation Board Variable Difficulty Balance Beam (Walking Rail): The Variable Difficulty Balance Beam requires the individual to develop well ordered, precise foot movements which improve the integration between the tactile, kinesthetic, vestibular, and visual processes.Click here for more information – Variable Difficulty Balance Beam (Walking Rail)