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Since infants and children are uniquely motivated by music, music therapists can use activities like singing, drumming, scarves, books, and movement to target developmental milestones. We provide music therapy in group and one-on-one settings to help kids and babies learn:

  • Purposeful imitation

  • Functional motor skills

  • Verbal and non-verbal communication skills

  • Social skills

  • Pre-academic and academic skills

  • Attention to tasks

Research continues to show that people with autism, ADHD, and other disabilities can increase functional life skills during music therapy. By using each person's favorite music and music activities, music therapy gives kids and adults the opportunity to:

  • Increase language and communication skills

  • Increase social skills

  • Increase emotional regulation

  • Increase attention to tasks

  • Increase cognitive/academic skills

  • Increase gross/fine motor skills

ADHD, and other disabilities

By using familiar singing, movement, listening, and instrument playing, music therapy gives older adults the opportunity to maintain and increase the skills required for daily living. Music therapists are specially trained to work with older adults, including people with Alzheimer's and dementia, in group and one-on-one settings to work on:

  • Functional mobility

  • Memory recall

  • Executive functioning

  • Reminiscence

  • Speech intelligibility

  • Mood

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