Do you like to listen to music? Perhaps you have a favourite song that makes you feel calm, sad, happy, or even inspired.
We love music at Eben Mission, and we know that it has the power to affect our emotions and even the way our brains work!
We’re talking about music therapy and the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) this week.
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Music therapy, recognised as an appropriate treatment for children with special needs, might entail listening to music and learning to appreciate its sound and lyrics. Music therapy can include singing, playing instruments, or composing music, but musical abilities or talents are not essential. It could also involve synchronising movements to music, such as in a dance or just rhythmic clapping.