Hi Music Students and Teachers,
Are you struggling to learn music due to a disability? Do you teach music lessons for kids with physical or behavioral challenges?
Then this is the place for you.
Playing a musical instrument not only gives pleasure. It also helps the brain in the following ways...
• improves the ability to make predictions
• enhances attention span by making it longer
• updates memory
• engages and improves motor skills.
• positively impacts the visual and auditory learning systems
• provides sensory feedback
It is no mistake--learning music with a disability can be a very up-hill battle. It can be very tedious and frustrating.
A good deal of musical instruments could be adapted to suit playing music with special needs. Simple tools such as a sponge, clamp, or even a rubber band can work wonders to bring the exploration of music to students who would not otherwise be able to participate. Alternate fingerings can be created so children can play a variety of compositions.
Where is a place where music could be made accessible for all learners?
Right here. Conductor Cody is at the helm and ready to watch you and your students soar!
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