Intervention Through Music
Music therapy is a form of expressive therapy conducted by an accredited professional. The goal of music therapy is to utilize the body’s various systems in music-focused settings to improve cognitive functioning, motor skills, social skills and emotional development.
Music therapy is highly practical for children on the Autism Spectrum because of its nonverbal and non-frightening nature. Pairing music with specific actions such as movement and playing instruments can help therapists target specific behaviors or improvement areas in children with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder).
Music Therapy Can Help With
- Behavior regulation
- Speech improvement
- Social behaviors
- Joint attention
- Symbolic communication
How We Help
- Mapping sound to action (movement)
- Social engagement
- Specific movements
- Interactive musical engagement
Music Therapy is an effective and proven method of engaging children. Activities are highly enjoyable and can be used to effectively treat various issues related to Autism Spectrum Disorder.
View an infographic on how music therapy can affect Autism Spectrum Disorder.