Music Therapy

Music is one of the most ancient forms of communication known to man. It is a fact the brain responds differently to music than it does to speech. While doing music therapy the auditory canals is fully functioning, and particularly treating mood disorders and behavior problems, and also to improve both social and behaviour skills.

Our music therapy class usually involves a combination of

  • Singing
  • Listening to music such as Beats, Melodies and even Rhythmic patterns
  • Playing musical instruments
  • Dancing to music

Usually music therapy in our school is carried out in a group consisting of autistic children their care givers and therapist.

Benefits of Music therapy

  • Increases tolerance
  • Increase reciprocal interaction
  • Motivates learning
  • Enhances communication skills
  • Enhanced language skills
  • Improved emotional responses
  • Improved attention span
  • Better control our behavior
  • Decreases Auditory sensitivities