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Working with music and the autism spectrum
Summary of the course: A practical course for those interested in working with music to aid communication, recreation and well being and suitable for anyone working with people on the autism spectrum from age five onwards. Course contents: How music can be the means by which anyone on the autism spectrum can communicate and socially interact with the world; How to incorporate music into story telling and drama; How music can be part of a multi-sensory approach; The ability to create activities using melody and rhythm instruments; The ability to create music and song for storytelling; and The knowledge to create multi-sensory session strategies using music. Course code: K3.
Record Type: Seminars and workshops
Who to Contact
Concept Training
15  Beach Street
Tel: 01524 832828
Web link for contact:
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Upcoming events
16 Mar 2016
LONDON, Ibis Hotel
1 day; time: 9.30am-3.30pm
£240 exc VAT first place; £220 exc VAT second and subsequent places
Anyone working with people on the Autism Spectrum; Care Staff, Special Needs Teachers, TA’s, Learning Support Assistants, Speech and Language Therapists
United Kingdom
Caters For
All genders
Not Specified
Aimed At
Parent/carer of a child, Parent/carer of a young person, Parent/carer of an adult, Professional
Event Keyword
Therapies/ Approaches/ Interventions

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