Neurotiming is an evidence-based assessment and training tool that helps strengthen the brain’s ability to synchronize thought and movement to a steady metronome beat. It responds to a person’s physical performance by providing real-time auditory and visual feedback in milliseconds, indicating whether they are hitting before, after or in sync with the beat. The overall goal of Neurotiming training is to improve timing in the brain through rhythm and repetition.
Studies show that children with learning or developmental disorders, as well as adult acquired neurological illnesses or injuries, have poor Neurotiming.
Improvement in Neurotiming will promote improvement in: