Date: Thursday, January 24, 2013 - 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Are we hard-wired for music? Find out how music is fundamental to brain processing and more with Susan Gannon, board certified music therapist and member of the Academy of Neurologic Music Therapists. Neurologic Music Therapists use the elements of music to cue the mind and body to re-structure, self-organize, and synchronize. Through music, children and adults of all abilities can learn, improve, and develop speech and language, sensorimotor, cognitive, and social skills. Join me to discuss how this might work for you and your family. Be sure to bring your questions.
Join us at Clonlara School (1289 Jewett, Ann Arbor) to talk about your child's uniqueness and how music could be an impact. Coffee and conversation will be available.
Sponsored by Clonlara School and Building Bridges.
Clonlara School's two educational programs provide services that recognize each learner's curiosity, strengths, interests and talents as the foundation of his or her educational experience. We have both a Home Based Education Program and a Campus Program located in Ann Arbor, MI. Both programs serve K-12 students.
Building Bridges Therapy Center is a family-owned children's center established in 1988. They are a comprehensive center with a staff of caring, experienced professionals specializing in the treatment of children. They provide group and individual services in speech-language therapy, occupational therapy/sensory integration, and psychological therapy.