Music therapy offers children with vision impairment with new ways to experience their surroundings.
As part of an interdisciplinary approach, music therapy supports development of physical, emotional, sensory, cognitive and social needs of people with vision loss. Our certified music therapist assesses client strengths and needs, and uses music to target non-musical goals.
Through music, my son can interact with other people and sing along in his own way, even though he does not have words yet. He has the opportunity to play the tambourines and can participate by clapping his hands! He gets so excited; it gets him to come alive.Vision Forward Parent
- Group music therapy is offered twice weekly in our Early Education program.
- Individual music therapy sessions for children or adults are available in-person and remotely.
- Children on the Children’s Long Term Support Waiver (CLTS) or adults with Family Care or IRIS may receive funding for individual music therapy sessions.
Learn more or schedule an appointment
Contact Emily Zajork, Music Therapist & Enrichment Coordinator,
414-615-0179 or email@example.com.