Research has found that music therapy is beneficial for:
- Early Intervention (Children ages 0-3) - Children with Developmental Disabilities (Autism, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, etc.) - Children with Behavioral/Emotional/Social Disorders (ADHD, Attachment Disorder, etc.) - Childbirth/Pregnancy - Adults with Developmental Disabilities - Adults with Behavioral/Emotional/Social Disorders - Mental Health - Adult Learning - Health/Wellness - Outpatient/Inpatient Medical Settings - Oncology - Rehabilitation - Memory Care - Alzheimer's/Dementia - Restorative Care - Activities of Daily Living - Hospice/Palliative Care - Grief/Bereavement - Eating Disorders
Justine Thorpe, MT-BC working on oral motor skills through singing with Mary Bonacci
Karen Sanchez, MT-BC addresses attention span and family cohesion through music with Maria Flores and her son George who has autism.