How can a simple plastic device help a person with dyspraxia or motor planning issues?
The Perfect Perch™ used consistently during piano lessons, may help eliminate the dependency on caregiver support in order to achieve independent piano playing.
The Perfect Perch™ relies on the context of intellectually stimulating tasks such as piano lessons or typing for schoolwork.
The Perfect Perch™ promotes accurate and purposeful finger movements during a motivating task to begin a series of neuroplastic changes in the brain.
- Piano sizes and Computer Keyboard Adaptations
- The Rancer Method for Piano
- Qualified Practitioners
- Research and clinical trial
Is is like a hand splint? How does it work?
The device relies on neuroplastic changes to the brain of the student by promoting self-initiated movement during a high-alpha state of learning. The oscillations of two neurons causes a mirror effect to occur resulting a pathway being built. The device supplies somatosensory input to eliminate the need for caregiver support and leading to independent execution of purposeful movement.