Interactive metronome therapy for ADHD inattentive/SCT?
My 12 YO was diagnosed w/ ADHD inattentive type at age 7. She has been on medication for 4 yr with some benefit. Recent retesting is actually more concerning, problem not so much ADHDi, but more issues w/ very slow processing. Sounds like she can get there, but about 2x a slow as "neurotypical". Our PhD neuro psych was a little be stumped by the evaluation, and put the story together for us this way: that our kid processes things in "chunks" rather than in an integrative way/trouble w/ the gestalt. Trouble with big picture concepts, mathematics and science, navigating social dynamics, seeing the other side of an argument, etc. She is not on the spectrum. I recently learned about interactive metronome therapy for ADHD and SCT (sluggish cognitive tempo) and wondering if anyone has any experience w/ this for their child (or themself, for that matter.)