We help individuals with sensory processing disorder overcome challenges they may experience with emotional and behavior regulation. Our approach incorporates the use of purposeful play, vestibular and tactile input, fine and gross motor skills, reflex integration, and social skills training. These methods helps to ensure that everyone experiences a meaningful life at school, home and in the community. Living life to their fullest potential.
“All people deal with sensory processing. Therefore, it’s how each individual is able to adjust or deal with, and process the sensory information that allows for individual success. Each child comes to us with a family and I am here to support them as well.”
—Peggy Keller, OTR/L
The first moment I was convinced Interactive Metronome was effective with my Peggy was when she had a sudden improvement in scores the same week she was first able to kick and do arm strokes at the same time! The next score improvement came as penmanship was becoming legible. I believe when Peggy works with my Peggy on Metronome it helps her rhythm with dance and timing with respect to memory and helps relieve some impulsiveness. These sessions have become a core part of my daughter’s ongoing autism therapy program. Approaching Metronome Therapy with the eye of an occupational therapist, Peggy Keller’s sessions are individualized, insightful, creative and instrumental.
—Peggy’s mom, Betsy
My son Henry worked with Peggy Keller, OT, doing interactive metronome therapy. Henry has a diagnosis of ADHD, inattentive type, as well as some issues with anxiety and a significant speech disorder. The metronome therapy was incredibly beneficial to him! We saw such improvements in his ability to concentrate, less outbursts and problems with impulse control, and it really helped him learn to slow down his speech so people could understand him! Peggy worked so well with my son. He loved seeing her and would always look forward to his time with her!