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 melody of a song can indeed make a text more memorable as compared with hearing the text out of the context of the melody.
The Rhythm Village interactive school holiday music workshops are specifically designed for children with special needs, with the option of…
Music is a source of entertainment and fun, nearly everyone enjoys music, whether this is listening or dancing to music,…
Now that The Rhythm Village are registered NDIS providers, we can provide NDIS participants with music workshops under their plans. NDIS participants are also able to purchase our HandHuggas with their NDIS funds.
Adam is a fourteen year old boy with autism. He is non-verbal with moderate comprehension. Adam had an issue with his twelve year old sister, hitting and pushing her when she was anywhere near him.
One of our main goals at The Rhythm Village is making sure students are engaged and having lots of fun!
SEPLA 2017 was a busy and rewarding conference for us. It was great to catch up with so many teachers and principals from schools we currently work with and those we have worked with in the past.