·Music therapy activities and information about what it is and who it helps . Especially what areas it helps
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The Benefits of Music Therapy
We have recently been looking into Music Therapy as a way to help Scarlett progress musically and have been visited by a specialist in the field from UK based charity the RNIB. Here is an account of the visit and the informal notes made about Scarlett and what actions can be taken to further progress this love of music.
Guest Post: Makes Me Want To Sing – Improving Your Child's Speech and Language Skills through Music | Smart Speech Therapy
Today’s guest post on how to use music to improve children’s speech language abilities comes from Rachel Arntson, M.S., CCC-SLP of the Talk It Rock It Blog.
your brain stem has several reflexes called ‘primitive’ or ‘neonatal’ reflexes. They help you to grow properly and safely. due to birth trauma or developmental restrictions these reflexes might remain dominant. This means that your nervous system will automatically react inappropriately and undesirably in certain situations. This will adversely affect your development, learning and behaviour. This is a Retained Neonatal Reflex.
Music & Development: Musical ways to engage developmentally disabled children | WonderBaby.org
In this article we'll explain what Music Therapy is, why it's an important part of your special needs child's arsenal of services, and how you can enhance your child's life at home by including more musical activities.