News & Case Studies

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.

Sibling Drumming and Music at St George School.

What a fantastic day we had last Thursday! Josh ran a drumming workshop for the students of St George School…

A wonderful gift for The Rhythm Village and Bates Drive Public School

Last Thursday 21st May, The Rhythm Village were invited to an official cheque presentation event at Sydney Airport. The Airport…

Josh Oshlack – Keynote speaker at SEPLA – Special Ed Conference

Josh Oshlack, founder of The Rhythm Village, was invited to be a  keynote speaker at the 2014 NSW SEPLA Special…

From drum sticks to spoons.

A twelve year old boy was encouraged to play the drum with a drum stick.  His grip was not very…

Large moves by a little girl

A sweet little seven year old girl presented herself with very limited muscle movement.  When I would play my class…

He continued to move his hand high all by himself…

A teenage boy, who has no muscle movement that I had seen during music sessions, listens to the music and…

The teachers had never heard her sing.

A young teenage girl at a special needs school rarely said anything but did engage in playing instruments from her…