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Author Archives: Key Changes Music Therapy
When looking into my music therapy bag-o-tricks I often find myself using the same interventions over and over again. I also find myself getting a little bored and pick up that my clients are bored as well. So, the question … Continue reading
As the Key Changes family has grown over the past year, we have welcomed many individuals with various diagnosis into it. As we have served individuals with Cerebral Palsy, Autism Spectrum disorder, Down’s Syndrome, Traumatic Brain Injury, and individuals who … Continue reading
I know I would do all of the above, and perhaps simultaneously! This Fall, we are featuring three music groups at Key Changes Music Therapy Services! Our groups from this summer were so successful that we are doing it again, … Continue reading
The iPad is an incredible tool. I use mine in my practice daily and I know that Laura does as well. We use them for jotting down notes, displaying visual aides, supporting learning in lessons, providing communication assistance, and we … Continue reading
We are at it again over at Key Changes Music Therapy Services! We are ready to grow once more and are searching for a music therapist to join our team! Do you think that you might fit?
I have a list of all time most popular inquiry call questions. Today we will be talking about number 2 on that list. “My child has autism. How can music therapy help?”
For the past few months, I’ve been having fond memories of when I was all over my social media, blogging once or twice a week, making videos, sharing information, and being a music therapy online social butterfly.
Last week was Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week here in South Carolina, so we are here to wrap up! Music therapy has the potential to play a role in mental health services for children and adults, so here are three … Continue reading
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