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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

from No Time For Flash Cards

Books About Music For Kids

Picture books about music and instruments for kids. I've only read four of them, but it looks like a good list to check out.*

from Fantastic Fun & Learning

Books About Music

Picture Books About Music for Kids

from nytimes.com

Why Music Makes Our Brain Sing

Why Music Makes Our Brain Sing By ROBERT J. ZATORRE and VALORIE N. SALIMPOOR Published: June 7, 2013 The New York Times

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.

from The Many Little Joys

Silly songs your preschooler will love

Music is a great way to help kids develop language, motor, and memory skills. Here are eight silly songs that your preschooler is sure to enjoy, and that will make you giggle right along with them.

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

from BostonGlobe.com

Trauma and technology: Growing number of online and mobile programs aim to help veterans with PTSD - The Boston Globe

Using technology to battle PTSD | Boston Globe: Last year, Brian Sullivan began using a smartphone application developed by the Department of Defense to guide him through breathing exercises when his anxiety began to build.