One more video about CP

A friend and fellow music therapist sent me a link to this video, and I had to share it. In this video, Zach Anner explains ten things he wishes people knew about Cerebral Palsy-- and it's pretty funny. #cerebralpalsy

Cerebral Palsy, Part One: About Cerebral Palsy

This is the first of a three-part series on Cerebral Palsy. Today's post is geared more towards those who don't know a lot about cerebral palsy, explaining what it is and how it works. The next post will talk about music therapy and how it can be used to help individuals with Cerebral Palsy. The third section will list some resources for more information and services. March is Cerebral Palsy Awareness month, so it seemed to me like the perfect time to talk about a disorder that has some misconceptions. Cerebral palsy is a disorder that affects motor skills-- such as movement, balance, and posture. It can affect everything from the ability to walk to the ability to swallow. Sometimes when I'm

What Is Music Therapy?

If you don't know what music therapy is, or have always been afraid to ask--this is the blog post for you. It doesn't mean "tak

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