For Children

MusicWorks uses clinical and evidence-based music interventions to accomplish individualized goals within a therapeutic relationship by a credentialed professional who has completed an approved program. (AMTA)

For Children

At MusicWorks, we specialize in assisting families manage their children’s challenges through the use of music therapy.

Our music therapists offer a broad range of experience and knowledge that can help improve each child’s future development.

Children’s Challenges

  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Developmental Delays
  • Down Syndrome
  • Adjustment Disorder
  • Cerebral Palsy

  • Intellectual Disabilities
  • Learning Disorders
  • Communication Disorders
  • Neurological Impairments
  • Depression/Stress
  • Physical Disabilities


Hear how one Mom describes new discoveries for her son:

“Jacob is waving at peers and adults, which is something he never did before. He is also willing to try new activities when he sees others participating. He tries to imitate dance moves, bike riding and having a catch. Music therapy has allowed him to practice using his body in different ways as well as to try new things. Jacob loves music, and we have been able to use music to help him practice body coordination and awareness. This has helped him be more independent at the park, at the pool, and at the store. He is able to manipulate park equipment and no longer requests that I help or follow him. He is becoming more confident in the pool and singing songs like “Row, Row, Row your Boat” guide him in learning how to swim.”

MusicWorks Parent

A mother’s amazement at the results of music therapy sessions:

“Mark has become better at focus and attention at home and in school. His ESY Progress Report states that he could stay seated and participates for an improved amount of time. Mark has been expressing his interest more with his brother and family, saying please and thank you and becoming more clear with his intentions.  He can complete 1-and-2 step directions. Mark has been expressing interest in seeing his friends from school more often – calling them by name and using his talker to identify them.”

MusicWorks Parent

Children learn to make friends and interact with one another:

“Brock is able to attend to activities that require more time. He has become more social and tolerant of children his own age and more readily greets them. Brock is sometimes more willing to transition between tasks now, even if he has to stop a preferred activity.”

MusicWorks Parent

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