Interactive Metronome (IM) is a computer program that utilizes sound, visual input, and motor coordination to improve motor planning, coordination, and timing. Everything the human brain does requires very precise timing. This unconscious capability is critical to the brain’s ability to plan and sequence thoughts and actions and connects them to their consequences. Thus “natural timing” is an important foundation of our ability to attend, learn, sequence, process information, and physically execute actions. The Interactive Metronome System is the result of years of rehabilitation technology, research, and development. It systematically uses sounds and repetitive physical motion exercises to help individuals improve their underlying motor planning, sequencing, and timing ability. IM is available at both NTS locations.