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... In a brief interview, Robert Accordino, the US founder of Music for Autism, discusses the ... organization, the mission of its concerts, which trumpeters have participated recently, why Music for Autism ...
Designing an Inclusive Music Classroom for Students with Autism and Autism Spectrum Disorders
Canadian Music Educator (2012) Vol. 53, No. 3, pp. 35-37

This article in the music and healing series discusses the designing of an inclusive music classroom. Background information regarding autism and autism spectrum disorders is shared alongside reflections from a music educator who works with this population.

... classroom. Background information regarding autism and autism spectrum disorders is shared alongside ... series discusses the designing of an inclusive music classroom. Background information regarding autism ... and autism spectrum disorders is shared alongside reflections from a music educator who works with this population. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT] ...
... Cannon examines evidence-based practices for teaching students with autism in the Suzuki music ... studio. The autistic brain's development as it relates to music is discussed. Characteristics of autism ...
... Discusses the role of music in treating autism. Provides definitions of autism from the Autism ...
GOOD WORKS
Billboard (2011) Vol. 123, No. 28, pp. 109
... SINGER BILAL TEAMS WITH AUTISM SPEAKS Following the release of soul singer Bilal's 2010 album ... , Airtight's Revenge, autism science and advocacy organization Autism Speaks caught wind of the set's ...
... Erickson gives several specific suggestions for dealing with Suzuki students who also have an autism spectrum disorder. ...
The Challenges of Imitation for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders with Implications for General Music Education
Update (2016) Vol. 34, No. 2, pp. 13-20

With emphasis on inclusive education, many music teachers interact with children on the autism spectrum within regular classroom settings. Many of these teachers rely on rote learning to teach a variety of musical skills. This creates difficulties for children on ...

... With emphasis on inclusive education, many music teachers interact with children on the autism ... variety of musical skills. This creates difficulties for children on the autism spectrum who respond ... teachers are better prepared to interact with children on the autism spectrum. To this end ...
... Children with autism do not engage in social interaction and communication. This lack of ... music therapy. Gadberry highlights the process of approaching children with autism through music. ...
Autism and music therapy: Is change possible, and why music?
British Journal of Music Therapy (1994) Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 15-25

This article looks at the way we make sense of the world around us, and how autism can affect this. It goes on to consider the relationship of music to ourselves, and then, in the light of these issues, why ...

... This article looks at the way we make sense of the world around us, and how autism can affect this ... issues, why music used therapeutically may have particular relevance for people with autism. This is ... illustrated in the final section by brief case studies of individual music therapy work with children with autism. ...
... Research in the field of diagnosing and treating autism is discussed. One emerging theory for the ... origin of autism is that the brain of those with autism process sound differently than people ...
New Notes on the Autism Scale
Symphony (2015) Vol. 66, No. 4, pp. 62-66,68
... calls from autism advocates to provide sensory-friendly concerts. Many orchestras see these as a way ... children on the autism spectrum have welcomed these new opportunities because they otherwise shy away ... movements - will be disruptive. To make a performance autism-friendly, several aspects of the concert ...
Tower Project (First Start) - London Symphony Orchestra Project - Music ...
The Tower Project has worked in collaboration with the London Symphony Orchestra in delivering workshops where by mus...
... Autism and autism spectrum disorder (ASD) affect children of all social classes, financial and ... educational levels, cultures, and races throughout the world. Children who are diagnosed with autism or ... different from their own. In general, students with autism need a structured classroom that is ...
... , who are also creative writers, have donated their works for Autism Awareness. Their writings will be ... published in a collection called, "Long Island Expressions: A Showcase of L.I. Writing Talent for Autism Awareness" (LI Expressions, 2005). ...
... Arezzini, a Suzuki teacher, describes her own experience working with her son Karl, who has autism ...
... Chauvet was among the companies shining blue lights to raise awareness for World Autism Awareness ...
Neurodiversity and the Ethnomusicology of Autism
College Music Symposium (2014) Vol. 54, pp. np

In this article, I explore how musical experience and an emergent ethnomusicology of autism can provide both people with autism and their neurotypical counterparts with opportunities to collectively live, model, and promote an epistemology of autism acceptance, in turn challenging ...

... In this article, I explore how musical experience and an emergent ethnomusicology of autism can ... provide both people with autism and their neurotypical counterparts with opportunities to collectively ... live, model, and promote an epistemology of autism acceptance, in turn challenging and subverting ...
... scores obtained with a new music therapy assessment tool for children with autism. ...
... instruments for children and adults diagnosed with ADHS, autism, or Asperger Syndrome, is reviewed. ...
The Freedom of Structure
Teaching Music (2015) Vol. 22, No. 4, pp. 63
... Massachusetts, and founder of their Program for Students on the Autism Spectrum, is forging deeply into ... the satisfactions of teaching music to students on the autism spectrum. With the team at The Boston ...