Archive for October 2012
Music therapy for epilepsy has the potential to reduce seizures according to a study by the MIND institute. While music therapy for epilepsy research is still a relatively small niche, new research shows promise.
Music can bridge the gap between children with and without disabilities. Music is universal, spanning all cultures, ages, and abilities. We’ve seen incredible things happen with music therapy for inclusion settings when music is used to facilitate social interaction and understanding between students at differing ability levels.
SPOOKY….. SCARY…. SIMPLE! Check out these simple educational Halloween rhymes for kids you can chant, sing, or rap along with. Each rhyme helps with a different learning goal area including prepositions, skip counting, attributes, pretend play, and speech production.
Need a Halloween party playlist? We’re bringing you some Halloween music for kids and families to mash to this Tuesday! This Halloween playlist including nine songs was hand-picked by the Coast Music Therapy to get you shaking rattling and rolling.
Song Story Halloween Book List for Children with Autism and other Special Needs What better time to turn your screech into a song than Halloween? These Halloween song story books for children with autism and other special needs help you create some musical mayhem as you get into the spooky …