Hands in Harmony currently offers music therapy services. We are striving to offer collaborative services and hope to offer congruent sessions to best meet the needs of a family in the near future.
Hands in Harmony offers music therapy assessments, group sessions, individual sessions, collaborative sessions, and consultative music therapy services.
SEMTAP (Special Education Music Therapy Assessment Process) The SEMTAP is a criterion based assessment tool designed for children in the school system with a current IEP to determine need for music therapy services.
Private Assessments are also available through Hands in Harmony.
Private, Individual Music Therapy/Neurologic Music Therapy Services are offered for adults and children to aid in overall treatment. (Services are based on assessment and may include relaxation, pain coping techniques, coping strategies, academic enrichment, etc.)
Direct, Individual Services (based on formal SEMTAP) to assist a child in attaining goals and objectives on IEP/IFSP.
Relaxation Training is available for adults and children.
When applicable, consultative services are available to staff/team.
School/Facility Based Enrichment Groups are available through Hands in Harmony.
Hands in Harmony strives to offer a multitude of collaborative services. All services above are also offered in collaboration (please inquire for details)
Hands in Harmony is passionate about offering a variety of collaborative services including but not limited to music therapy, on site adaptive music lessons, dance/movement classes, art classes, sign language groups and classes. We cotreat with a variety of related disciplines.
What is music therapy and how can it help you?
Can your loved one/ client be motivated to attempt/complete tasks through use of music?
Does your loved one/client initiate interaction with the use of music or musical instruments?
Does your loved one/ client respond to vocal imitation through music or musical instruments?
Does your loved one/client display an increase of motivation to imitate physically through use of music?
Does your loved one/ client display an increase of focus when stimulated through music?
Do you feel music therapy would benefit the family?