Our “Connecting Abilities Through Music” concert was a huge success! Fantastic performances from the children, supported by an audience of family and friends. There were so many highlights! Thank you to our families, musicians, volunteers and of course the children who performed.
LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEER MUSICIANS to assist in mentoring children and adults with disability Passionate about helping your community through your music? We are seeking local volunteer musicians who can assist us in building an inclusive musical community for the children and adults with disability who attend music therapy and music lessons at our clinic in […]
You may have met Dre in our earlier Awesome Achievement series. Dre is a young boy with autism. He loves his music but finds it difficult to control his impulses. Dre has come ahead in leaps and bounds! A much more regulated child, Dre is now working on his social and engagement skills. Here’s what […]
It’s our 2nd birthday!!! We’ve certainly been very busy – we started in late September 2015 with one music therapist, a new clinic and no client base. Two years on, we are now assisting 100 clients on a weekly basis! Our team has grown to 4 music therapists, an office administrator and several music therapy […]
This article was originally published in mycarespace and it has been reproduced with permission from the author Nicole Gamerov. Michael Harrison is stepping in for his wife Sarah today. Together they have 3 boys: Rylan aged 10 years, Eamon aged 4 and Darcy aged 3. All the boys are on the autism spectrum and each of […]
How do MUSIC THERAPISTS use music to develop COMMUNICATION SKILLS in children? This video gives you an insight into how music therapists utilise musical interventions to achieve developmental goals.
We have had an amazing, very busy year at Sound Expression – thank you to our wonderful team and all the families who have entrusted us with your children. Here’s a little something from us – sharing the children’s joys and achievements throughout 2016!
In partnership with Northcott, Sound Expression will conduct another music workshop for children with special needs and their parents in January 2017.
Music is a fantastic way to support children who struggle with communication and in social settings. This fabulous workshop offers a fun way to introduce music as therapy for children.
The workshop offers practical solutions for parents and children so through music therapy can:
Need a simple musical arrangement for Christmas? Here’s a simple arrangement for Silver Bells – all you need are 6 bells! Great to use for your music therapy groups, community music groups, Christmas performance at your school or preschool.
Watch Alex as he learns to play the chords to Bob Marley’s Three Little Birds on the piano! Alex is a young boy with autism who has an innate talent for music. Recently he has been learning how to play chords on the piano. Here’s a little snippet of him playing Three Little Birds.