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SERVICES WE OFFER

Creative Connections provides music therapy services from early childhood through end of life care. Each session is creatively designed to support each individual to reach their goals. Click the links below to learn about each of the services we provide. 

Individual Therapy

We provide weekly 30, 45, or 60 minute sessions to individuals in our clinic space. We work with children, teens, and adults of all abilities, including Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, developmental disabilities, cerebral palsy, ADHD, Speech Delays, and more to address a variety of goal areas including:

  • Attention

  • Communication

  • Impulse Control

  • Social Skills

  • Gross and fine motor skills 

Group Therapy

We provide group services at your facility. We are equipped to support the needs of each individual in the group, and to add to the value of your programming. Our group services include:

  • 45-60 minute group sessions weekly or bi-weekly

  • preschool music groups

  • Groups at adult day centers

  • Goal oriented outcomes such as socialization, and communication 

  • instrument playing, singing, movement, and cognitive engagement

Adapted Lessons

We provide adapted guitar and ukulele lessons in our clinic. We work with individuals of all abilities who show interest in learning to play one of these instruments. Lessons are provided by a board certified music therapist that understands sensory and learning differences, and can approach teaching with a variety of supports to help the student in learning the new instrument. Adapted lessons may benifit an individual by:

  • increasing self esteem

  • increasing ability to compete a task

  • improving hand eye coordination

  • improving fine motor skills

  • improved sensory tolerance 

Memory Care and Assisted Living

Music therapy is a person centered, non-invasive approach to improve quality of live and address mental health needs of older adults in nursing homes, long term care facilities, assisted living and senior centers. Music therapy can benefit your current programming by:

  • reducing isolation,

  • increasing social engagement

  • increasing physical activity

  • fostering reminiscence