Hearts and hands music therapy program : a music therapy program proposal for The Hagedorn Little Village School
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Music therapy -- Instruction and study
Music therapy for children
Research Subject Categories::HUMANITIES and RELIGION::Aesthetic subjects::Music
Children with disabilities -- Education
AbstractThe Hearts and Hands Music Therapy Program will focus on addressing the individualized needs of students who would benefit from receiving music therapy services. Music therapy treatment will be designed to provide children with opportunities to achieve their highest developmental potential. Along with traditional music therapy interventions, this program will also provide students, staff, and family members with opportunities to become involved with music in context to the school community. This paper discusses a proposal for a music therapy program at Hagedorn Little Village School.
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