Find out more about how to use music to support SEN/D students.
This workshop looks at why music works as a therapeutic tool and equips staff with basic tools and resources to use music to help with communication, learning skills and physical difficulties. It covers using music to work with children with Autism, mild to profound learning disabilities and physical disabilities.
Chiltern is an award winning, not-for-profit organisation that provides music therapy and community music to people of all ages across the UK.
Formed in July 2011 as a direct need for Music Therapy provision within the local area, our services have grown to cover regions across the UK. They are dedicated to providing high quality, evidence-based Music Therapy services in every setting, including specialist Neurologic Music Therapy (NMT), MATADOC and Neonatal Music Therapy services.
The Chiltern Music Therapy team has a thorough understanding of psychodynamic, medical, behavioural and person-centred approaches, meaning we are flexible in our approach and can meet the needs of each setting or client we work with.
To find out more about Chiltern Music Therapy you can visit their website.