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Author Archives: Key Changes Music Therapy
It’s been a little over a week, but finally the dust has settled enough for me to look back on our recital, Growing to the Beat, and feel really incredible about the accomplishments of each participant. Holding a recital is … Continue reading
Many of the families that we work with get to see the results of our work, but often aren’t present in the session themselves. We compiled a selection of clips from our music therapy and private lesson sessions to give … Continue reading
This past weekend, Ms. Laura participated in the Autism Fun Day in Hartsville, SC. We are so excited about the wonderful video footage that was captured of the impromptu drum circle that Ms. Laura and her new friends struck up! … Continue reading
They all can be found in our Summer Music Groups! We’re doing things a little differently this year, and we hope that you’ll join us for the fun!
I get a lot of confused calls about insurance coverage for music therapy each and every week. I am dedicating this week’s blog post to laying out the facts and hopefully dispelling some of the myths. Here are my top … Continue reading
This summer, Key Changes is changing up our summer group offerings! Instead of one theme for a variety of groups, we’ve decided to give each of our groups it’s very own theme! You can find a flier at this link … Continue reading
I’ve announced it on facebook, to the newsletter, at a conference, and now it is time for the blog.
One of the goals of Key Changes Music Therapy Services is to educate the public about music therapy, and I can proudly say that of all our goals, this is one that we meet with an exceptional amount of zealousness. … Continue reading
Blowing on a whistle. Seems like a fairly easy task, right? For many of our clients, blowing a whistle is somewhere on their list of objectives for therapy. Today, we’re going to dig into why blowing on that whistle might … Continue reading