Iani, Rob and all the team at Sound Expression, with lots of help from Zeb, would like to wish everybody a very Merry Christmas and fantastic New Year! Thank you to all our clients, parents, carers and support workers for being with us this year and trusting in the power of music to
Andy attends music therapy to work on the prosody and volume of his speech. Andy’s speech is often equally stressed and monotone. As music and language are processed in similar areas in the brain, various musical interventions are used to support Andy’s goals.
One of our therapists Pete McDonald has been running Saturday groups at Sound Expression this year with the help of volunteer Izzy. One of these groups includes Sacha, Evan and Tadgh.
We made the front page of our local paper! One of our directors Iani Sujono won Outstanding Business Person of the Year at this year’s Northern Districts Local Business Awards! An amazing achievement up against a very worthy field of finalists. It is a testament to her incredible hard work, dedication to her clients and […]
September 2019 marks the 4th birthday of Sound Expression’s clinic at North Ryde. So I decided to reflect and look back at our Youtube videos, our website news, our Facebook and Instagram posts – I can’t help but smile and feel rather proud of what we have achieved over those 4 years. One of the […]
This month Sound Expression was featured in our local newspaper ‘The Weekly Times’ promoting the thriving business hub on Avon Road North Ryde, along with 3 of our neighbouring businesses.
Awesome news! We have been nominated as a Finalist for “Outstanding Specialised Business” for the Northern District Local Business Awards.
We’d like to introduce you to our music therapy groups – we have a number of them and this one is run on Saturdays and comprises children aged around 6 to 8 years old. This group targets play and social skills – so important in any child’s development. We work on goals such as: regulation […]
Books & bells are an awesome way to address various areas of need. 1. Serve as a visual anchor for clients who move around a lot 2. Address inhibitory control and ability to initiate 3. Work on sustained and alternating attention 4. Encourage vocalisation/verbalisation/singing