Music Therapy sessions are currently being offered virtually.
Virtual Music Therapy
Currently all Music Therapy sessions are being held virtually.
For questions or for more information please email: Musictherapy@dscba.org
Registration is required 24 hrs in advance to ensure attendance in ALL Virtual Classes.
Zoom Links are sent by email, 24 hrs (or more) before each Virtual Class.
TO REGISTER: Please Click on the Class & date you wish to attend.
Music Therapy for 0 - 7 Yr Olds: 2nd Saturday of the month
- Music Therapy, Themed for 12 Yr Olds & Up - 4th Monday of the month
- Music Therapy for Ages 8-15 Years Old - 2nd Saturday of the month
- Musicoterapia en español - Edades 0-10 - Las clases se imparten el primer sábado del mes a las 10:00 a.m.- 10:30 a.m
Adults, 18 years old and up - Let’s get together to talk about music, make music, and move to music.A place for creative expression, making connections, and building confidence. All adults (18 yrs old & up) are welcome, no musical talent is required.
- Music Therapy for Adults, 18 Years & Older - with the exception of the 1st class October. 27th, class will be held on the 3rdWednesday of each month.
The Down Syndrome Connection has a board-certified music therapy team who offers an integrative approach to music therapy, meeting virtually 6 times each month. It is a fun, engaging, and therapeutic environment, that requires no musical experience or skill.
What Is Music Therapy?
Music therapy takes the joy and power of music, and combines it with the goals of a traditional therapy session. Music therapy interventions such as singing, instrument playing, music improvisation, songwriting, music and movement, and musical games are used to address speech, physical, academic, cognitive, and behavioral goals. It can also strengthen family connections, as caretakers are encouraged to participate.
What are the benefits of Music Therapy?
Music therapy encourages individuals to express themselves freely and creates opportunities for growth and success in a safe and fun environment at the Down Syndrome Connection.
Research supports that music therapy has the ability to enhance mood, increase attention, expand speech with singing, increase motor movements through rhythm, and promote positive behaviors to optimize a student’s ability to learn and interact.
We hope you’ll join us!
Facilitator: Jessica Wood, MT-BC. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Aimmee Roylance, MT-BC
Check out Jessica's Wood's YouTube Music Channel
Virtual Drum Circles for all ages scheduled
Time: 7pm - 8pm
Facilitator: Board Certified MT Nicole Payne
To participate please email Nicole for Zoom link at email@example.com
*Please provide name and age of participant.