Source:Routledge,, Abingdon, Oxon, United Kingdom ;, p.1 online resource (xv, 168 pages) : (2021)
Mots-clés:(OCoLC)fst01030628, (OCoLC)fst01126988, (OCoLC)fst01128842, (OCoLC)fst01166186, bisacsh, EDUCATION / General, EDUCATION / Special Education / General, fast, Music therapy., Sound, Special education., Therapeutic use., Vibration
"A Speechmark Book" -- Cover.Includes bibliographical references and index.What is therapeutic music and how can it be delivered in special schools -- Music and Technology -- Transitional Music -- Singing and Signing -- Meditation and Mindfulness -- Water and Sound -- Vibration and the feel of sound -- Health, Wellbeing and Sound -- Sound Support for schools -- Assessment -- Parents and Carers -- The effects of the Coronavirus Pandemic on the delivery of Music and Therapeutic interventions in Special Schools -- Resources and Support."This book provides practical guidance on how to successfully incorporate music, sound and vibration into your special school, exploring the rich benefits that musical opportunities offer for children with physical, mental health and learning disabilities. Music has been shown to improve mood, lift depression, improve blood flow and even ease pain, whilst musical interventions can encourage communication and enable relaxation. This book explores the physical, cognitive and mental health benefits of music use in special schools, introducing therapies and innovations that can be adapted for use in your own specialist setting. Key features include: Chapters exploring a range of music therapies and technologies that allow all students to access the benefits of music, sound and vibration, from one-to-one therapeutic music sessions, to vibroacoustic therapy and sing and sign. Case studies and anecdotes showcasing the innovative ways that special schools are using music, and providing concrete examples of how to deliver, record and access music provision. Photocopiable policies, risk assessments and links to useful resources Written by an author with a wealth of experience in special education, this book is essential reading for all those working in specialist settings or with children with SEND"--Ange Anderson, M.Ed. is a SEND consultant and advisor for schools, specialising in therapeutic and technological interventions for additional learning needs. She supports schools on site as well as remotely through Teams and Zoom meetings. She is the special needs advisor for an international VR company. She is the former headteacher of aleading specialist school and author of special educational books and children's books. She has authored several educational articles and papers on therapeutic intervention, is involved in international research work and has presented internationally on topics related to special education.Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on July 30, 2021).