Listings in Music Therapy and LEA Specialist Further Education Colleges
The understanding of the musical elements of rhythm and tone allow children and adults with autism to relate and communicate through shared music making. This ability is the basis of our music therapy sessions.
27 Wrights Way, South Wonston
Winchester, England SO21 3HE
Blackfriars Academy FE - Bucknall
An FE Academy providing education for pupils aged 16-19 years and to a small group of pupils aged 19-21 years. With a highly differentiated programme of study for pupils with a range of physical, learning, medical and sensory needs.
Castle Grove, off Newhouse Road, Bucknall
Stoke on Trent, England ST2 8BH
Chier Morris - Music Therapist
Chier is a freelance music therapist based in Buxton, Derbyshire. She has worked with children and adults who are living with autism, in schools or at home. She has worked with the Son-Rise programme and uses an eclectic approach.
Derbyshire, England SK17 6SY
DICE-DIsability Inclusion In Community Education
Courses suitable for adults with either: An experience of mental health issues A physical/sensory impairment and/or an acquired brain injury A learning difficulty. Recreational courses are also available for adults with high support needs.
Severn Road Adult Centre,
Cardiff, Wales CF11 9DZ
We help children and adults unlock their innate potential to enjoy maximum well-being and achieve great things in education, at work and in their personal life.
SAS U.K., Cowper Road,
Hertfordshire, England HP1 1PE
Pendle Community College
Pendle Community High School and college (PCHS&C) is a state co-educational special school for pupils aged 11 19 years with generic learning needs.
Pendle Vale Campus, Oxford Road, Nelson, Lancashir
Nelson, England BB9 8LF
Didgeridoo Sound Therapy
Didgeridoo Music Therapy and Didgeridoo Sound Therapy sessions for children and adults with Autism and on the Autistic Spectrum. Helps to reduce stress and reduce sensory sensitivities.
Lincoln, England LN3 4BB
Children's Special Services, LLC
Susan Orloff, OTR/L, FAOTA; author “Learning Re-enabled: a guide for parents, teachers and therapists”. (Elsevier Books). Her passion: understanding the neurology of learning and behavior to help children develop. Handwriting specialist ages 3-13.
7501 Auden Trail
Atlanta, Georgia GA 30350