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Music sessions for children and young people with disabilities

Do you have a passion for music? Come and share it with us in regular weekly music sessions in which you can play, sing, communicate, create and have fun! Come along for an initial taster session to find out more. At the taster session, you…

Do you have a passion for music? Come and share it with us in regular weekly music sessions in which you can play, sing, communicate, create and have fun!

Come along for an initial taster session to find out more. At the taster session, you can play instruments, sing and talk about what kind of music session you would like. We can then identify a suitable day and time to attend a weekly or individual group music session.

Music activities are focussed around what you want to do. Sessions can include singing, songwriting, improvisation, playing and listening to music and using music technology such as tablets and Soundbeam. We think there is something for everyone and hope that you come along!

Who to contact

Telephone
01793 770699
E-mail
contact1@music-alive.org.uk
Website
Music Alive website

Where to go

Name
Highworth Community Centre
Address
The Dormers
Highworth
Wiltshire
Postcode
SN6 7PQ
Notes

Disabled parking and access is available at the rear of the building.

Other Details

Costs

Details

Please contact Music Alive for cost details.

Availability

Age Ranges
2 - 99 years

Additional Information

Providing services to
Disabled children/young people

Supporting people with
Physical disability
Hearing impairment
Vision impairment
Challenging behaviour
Learning difficulty
Mental health conditions
Autistic Spectrum Condition
Communication impairment

Last checked on 29/08/2018

Record managed by Oxfordshire Family Information Service

This information has been collected from third party providers and Oxfordshire County Council cannot accept responsibility for the accuracy of the information nor does inclusion represent a recommendation or an endorsement. Parents, carers, young people and professionals are recommended to check that organisations and services are appropriate and safe before they attend.
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