I was going over some of the work that the folks at my alma mater, Concordia University, have been doing in the world of music therapy. I found this video to be so inspiring. Here is the parent of a child on the spectrum speaking about what music therapy has meant for her daughter; what she has learned through music therapy and how she has developped:
Marianne Bechard, at Giant Steps in Montreal, does a great job, and it is so nice to see the government funding this video project that will bring more prominence and exposure the work music therapists do with children with special needs.
In other news, our Wine and Cheese evening approaches! If you'd like to come on Friday and find out more about music therapy and special needs in Ottawa West, RSVP on our Contact Us Page or email Landon Coleman at firstname.lastname@example.org