Series of concerts at SEN schools

Project Category: Registered charityProject Tags: Children & young people, Health & Wellbeing and Other

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    OSJ, and our sister charity Music for Autism also founded by John Lubbock OBE, perform for hundreds of people who live with autism spectrum disorders, learning difficulties and dementia in care homes and schools. At these informal performances attendees are encouraged to respond in whatever way they choose including moving, singing, clapping, dancing and even conducting

    Music for Autism enhances quality of life and raises public awareness through these autism-friendly, interactive concerts developed specifically for individuals with autism and their families. To ensure equal access for all, every Music for Autism concert is fully subsidized. Families note that the concerts help fill a major psychosocial void, enabling them to enjoy enriching activities that are inclusive and to experience the joy and power of music as a family. We strongly believe as an issue of social justice that people with disabilities deserve access, as their peers do, to concerts of the highest possible artistic standards. The testimonies, from teachers and carers, of the personal benefits that these sessions bring are numerous and support the growing research on the benefits of music for those with autism. The testimonies, from teachers and carers, of the personal benefits that these sessions bring are numerous and support research on benefits of music for those with autism

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    Anna Pavlova Close, Abingdon on Thames, England