Music Therapy Helps Developmentally Delayed

Music is helping a group of developmentally delayed young adults in Greensboro, North Carolina, expand their horizons. A class called Connections is helping them to work both fine and gross motor skills and interact with one another. Music therapy uses music to help people work on social and physical skills, because research has shown that music helps draw people out. Your News Now reports that the class is facilitated by a certified music therapist and parents say they notice an improvement with their children as a result of the class. Young people seem to open up more and become more interactive. Read more here:

Music helps young people with special needs connect with world

28th Oct 2014

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