Making music, making progress

19 July 2018

Client and Ruth at piano

Pupil and Ruth at piano

 

“I like music therapy because I like singing. I like singing because I’m good at it.” So says one of the children featured in our new music therapy video.

But what is music therapy and how does it help disabled children to build up their confidence and independence?

You can find answers in our new vodcast , the latest in our series of free online information videos for parents of disabled children.

In the video, CPotential’s onsite music therapists Ruth and Phil explain how they work closely with each child to help them develop through fun music making.

Jo Honigmann says:  “Parents often tell me that working through the education, health and social care  systems can feel like being lost in a maze.  Through our series of Parents’ Hub vodcasts , we want to help them have easy access to the information they need when they need it.”

Thanks to a grant from the Big Lottery Fund – Awards for All, we’ve been able to buy our own filming equipment and have had some professional training in video production and editing.  This latest vodcast follows our other vodcasts about speech and language therapy and our trial vodcasts covering SEN appeals and clinical negligence claims

We hope you find the new music therapy video useful.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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