Every day during our sessions, there is at least one moment that shows us the true potential of people that present with very little cognitive awareness or physical control. Music and sound offer a safe, fun, interactive and sensory modality for interaction and creativity.
Here are some examples of the power of music and sound that we continually discover through our workshops, as well as some other great bits and pieces of news.
The Rhythm Village had a fantastic day at Malkara School in Canberra last Friday. Staff from Altis Consulting enjoyed their Corporate Volunteers Day at the school, where they engaged with the [...]
Last Thursday 21st May, The Rhythm Village were invited to an official cheque presentation event at Sydney Airport. The Airport raised a record $263,000 for Variety – the Children’s Charity, to [...]
A teenage boy, who has no muscle movement that I had seen during music sessions, listens to the music and sounds but cannot physically engage that well. Recently, I walked around with my guitar [...]