Music Therapy for Aspergers Children

Music therapy is a great fit for ASD children because it's non-verbal (and non-threatening). It improves the child’s ability to be successful at things that are more social, such as tossing a ball to music or using sticks or cymbals to help the child modulate his or her interpretation of sound. Also, therapists can use the child’s preferred music as a reward or as a way to soothe him or her.

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7 comments:

  1. Give it a shot! Ya never know!

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  2. Yes oh yes!! I was wonderful for my 9 year old and really improved his self esteem!!

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  3. always it is good to try !

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  4. I agree give it a go U may b surprised my son loved drama and singing,but hated football and other group activities,its good experience too ,to help with social skills x

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  5. josh loves singing and sang solo at his school concert so yes aspergers kids love music and singing......

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  6. I say let him decide, and if he wants to, let him try.

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  7. Of course!!! Let him do what makes his heart sing!!

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