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Music therapy is an effective educational and therapeutic tool for people living with disability.
Programs are designed to meet specific goals and bring about therapeutic change.
Music therapists work with a wide range of groups, including people with learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, autism and many other forms of disability.
Music therapy is also a great activity for community inclusion.
Music therapy can help in many ways, including:
The Australian Music Therapy Association has a handy tool to find your local music therapist www.austmta.org.au/
Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy Australia is a not-for-profit organisation providing clinical music therapy programs and community music programs to address positive health outcomes. Nordoff-Robbins also facilitates training and education workshops for community workers, carers, family members, and health and education professionals. They deliver the Master in Creative Music Therapy training program in collaboration with the University of Western Sydney. www.nordoff-robbins.com.au/index.php/mnuourservices/our-services
Able music therapy provides group and individual sessions, program consultancy, assessment and evaluation of individual client needs and case management. All Able music therapists are highly skilled musicians with training in the behavioural sciences who have completed an accredited university course in music therapy, and are registered with the Australian Music Therapy Association. www.ableaustralia.org.au/contactus
This business is owned by Kate Williams, a Registered Music Therapist with valuable early childhood knowledge. Kids Music Beat offer good quality instruments and equipment at a reasonable price. www.musicbeat.com.au
Sing and Grow is a community driven music therapy project offering services for young children and their families. Programs focus on strengthening family relationships, building capacity in parents to support their children's development in the early years of life, and encouraging the use of music within communities. Visit the Sing and Grow website for music ideas to use at home with young children and for further information on Sing and Grow. www.singandgrow.org
"Merrily Merrily" is a great music resource compiled by a group of Australian Breastfeeding Association members and contains lyrics and music to over 200 songs. An accompanying CD is also available. www.mothersdirect.com.au/content/merrily-merrily-book
The New Useful Book is packed with song and craft ideas for use with young children. The song materials are drawn from the ABC Playschool program. shop.abc.net.au/products/new-useful-book-songs-and-ideas-from-play-school