28th Oct 2014

Special Needs Children Benefit from Drumming

Waverly Community House in Scranton, Pennsylvania, offers a drumming program for special needs children. The Times-Tribune shares that Cheryl Mozdian leads the program, aiming to help children with self-esteem issues through the musical curriculum. The “World Music Drumming” program will begin September 11th and continue for 10 weeks. It is a call and response program run by Cheryl, the local high school’s marching band director. At the end of the session, the children will perform an ensemble piece. The executive director of Waverly Community House says the program fits perfectly with their agenda, which is to engage children with various issues. Read more here: Waverly Community House offers drumming program for special-needs children