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Music Therapy Works


Music therapy can address a number of sensory needs for children and adults with special needs as it provides concrete, multi-sensory stimulation (auditory, visual, and tactile). For example, the rhythmic component of music can assist in the cognitive organisation of sensory systems for those individuals diagnosed with autism. As a result, auditory processing and other sensory-motor, perceptual/ motor, gross and fine motor skills can be enhanced through music therapy. Music therapy sessions support the development of skills such as:

  • release and exploration of emotions

  • listening

  • non-verbal and verbal communication

  • use of both gross and fine motor movements

  • sequential memory and recall of information

  • self-management of behaviour

  • verbal discussion

  • active, improvised music making (using both instruments and voice

 

Regency High School is fortunate in having two music therapists working onsite across the week:

Holly Blundell, HCPC registered Music Therapist:

 

Holly provides 1:1 and group music therapy sessions with a focus on developing social skills, facilitating self-expression and considering sensory needs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more information please visit the Music Therapy Works Website

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