Braddon ACT 2612
Wednesdays at 5:30pm – 6:15pm
Our Mixed Abilities Program of music groups designed for adults living with disability, use the powerful (and fun!) medium of music to encourage participants to develop skills in coordination, concentration, social interaction and gain self-confidence. The tutors for this program are music educators and professional musicians with experience working with people with diverse needs, engaging with musical genres & instruments from many cultures. Participants attend these group sessions with their support workers, who are expected to play an active role in the class
Music Craft for children living with disability offers an opportunity for participants to learn musical foundations in a group setting, as a fun introduction to learning music. Through singing, dance and playing percussion and other instruments, students develop rhythmic awareness in a fun and relaxed environment, which feeds into our Mixed Abilities Program Music Group or drumming classes for school-leavers.
Music Craft offers a supportive environment in which students can make new friends, and build their skills in speech and social interaction through learning in a structured group setting.
Contact the office for more information and to ask about coming along for a FREE trial in any of our group classes.