August 29, 2018

I came across this photo while doing some cleaning.  It’s one of my favorites and yet it also comes with some sadness.  This is my son shortly before he was diagnosed.  In fact, this sweatshirt was one of the things that pointed to his rigid patterns of thought.  He th...

August 22, 2018

Warning!  Strong opinions ahead!  I believe that music should be taught because, just like math, science, and reading, it’s a part of life.  We don’t teach kids math because we expect them to be mathematicians or accountants.  The purpose of education in literature is...

August 15, 2018

“Accommodations are intended to reduce or even eliminate the effects of a student’s disability;

they do not reduce learning expectations. Accommodation use should not begin and end in

school. Students who use accommodations will generally need them at home, in the commun...

August 8, 2018

Heading out to the Lincoln Area Home School Resource Fair this weekend.  Sometimes families of children with disabilities need to make some unconventional choices.  Sometimes the flexibility of homeschooling is better for everyone. 

I’ll have some of my instru...

August 1, 2018

You may have heard the term “gear acquisition syndrome”.  There are so many cool instruments and tools that can be used in music therapy.  Since I work out of my home I need to balance my equipment inventory and storage with my family’s needs.  As a relatively new busi...

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