Learning an instrument can establish and support essential skills!
Through playing an instrument individuals can work on fine-motor skills, attention, visual tracking, executive functioning skills, leisure skills, bilateral coordination, and self-esteem among other skills. Singing promotes articulation, speech production, memory, and strengthens breath control.
Lessons are adapted to the player's skill and ability.
ADAPTATIONS MAY INCLUDE:
- Sign language, non-verbal communication, augmentative communication devices
- Visual schedules
- Kinesthetic learning (jumping on large piano keys, etc.)
- Instrument adaptations
- Color coded music
- EZ Chord (Guitar)
Lessons are typically weekly, 45-60 minute session (a very limited number of bi-weekly sessions can be accommodated at this time).
Adapted lessons are available on piano, voice, and guitar.