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Victor Trivett, 88, plays on his blue kazoo. The instrument is used to help regulate the breathing of people with Parkinsons. Trivett was a ballroom dancer and a disk jockey for over thrity years, which ended when he began to manifest the symptoms of Parkinson's disease over a year and a half ago. Now, his caretaker, Trudy Milone, 71, comes with him to music and dance therapy classess at the church. Cayla Nimmo // Photo Editor

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Books About Music

Picture Books About Music for Kids

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Books About Music For Kids

books about music for kids Inspiring reminder of one of the things I have wanted to do; illustrate children's books inspiring thinking outside the box

Working with an 11 year old boy to help him discover what is underneath the behaviors that make him a targeting of bullying. (Permission granted to share this art)

Music Therapy and Autism infographic from The George Center #WestMusic #InspireMyClass- If only my insurance would cover this. I truly believe that it would help my son.

Half the page depicts one's outer self - what people see. The other half is a portrait of one's inner self. From www.emerlyearts.blogspot.ie

10 Revolutionary iPad Apps to Help with social/emotional identification - Shoot, another reason to get an ipad!

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"Music therapy helps with depression in children and adolescents" http://www.examiner.com/article/music-therapy-helps-with-depression-children-and-adolescents

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Prepositions: Adapted Book Soccer Edition Special Education Autism Speech

Use adapted books to teach prepositions. Fun, hands on, learning center, or speech therapy lesson.

The Complete Guide to the Cup Song - all about the cup game and song for music teachers. http://www.midnightmusic.com.au/2013/09/the-complete-guide-to-the-cup-song/

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Music Around the World

By integrating music into your classroom, you are introducing a new take on that subject. Music is relating and filled with emotion. When learning about a new culture, why not show your students the music, activities, and customs of that culture. Students need to be given an opportunity to see that a culture is just another group of people, just like them.