Interactive Metronome Assessment

Date: June 12, 2024, at 10am US ET (60 minutes)

Description: The Interactive Metronome Program is very versatile in application, including its use for assessment purposes. This webinar will include multiple ways the results of the Long Form Test (LFA) could be interpreted to support clinical reasoning and impression of a clinical profile. We will take a cursory look at the Short Form Assessment (SFA) and Attention Over Time (AOT) test as it pertains the overall profile of a child. Pre and Post LFA assessment results will be discussed alongside with overall clinical impression of a client. The application of IM is pervasive in many directions over multiple diagnosis, and it is well known for its objective data corroborated in multiple scientific studies over the years.

To understand more about the fundamentals of IM, it would be good for the attendee to watch this webinar (also no charge) prior to joining us in June:

Outline / Agenda:

  • Overview of 3 assessments
  • Assessment through the lens of the LFA
  • Case Study discussion

Learning Objectives:

The attendee will be able to:

  • View the applications of 3 different assessments in clinical reasoning
  • Consider the auditory components of assessment
  • Apply clinical reasoning regarding different types of dyspraxia

Assessment: Completion of Feedback Form

Provider Name: The Maude Le Roux Academy

Presenter: Maude Le Roux, OTR/L, SIPT, IMC

Bio: Maude travels extensively globally to support learning and child development through the lens of an occupational therapist. She was introduced to IM in the late 90’s and continues to use the newer upgrades of IM equipment in her clinical centers in Glen Mills and Orefield, PA, USA. She became part of the global IM training team in 2011 and continues to mentor therapists on using the IM program effectively in clinical practice.

Special Needs Accommodation: Contact [email protected]

Cancellation policy: No fee

Target Audience: Occupational Therapists, Speech Language Pathologists, Physical Therapists, Social Workers, Psychologists, Educators, Parents

Educational Level: Intermediary

Instructional Methods: PowerPoint, Group Discussion, Video

Contact Hours: 60 minutes