On Tuesday I shared a definition of older clients with whom I wish to work in Part 1. Today, I will share my definitions for preschoolers (or maybe I should say the adults in a preschooler’s life).
I do not want to work with you if you:
- don’t want to join in the activities
- expect your child to sit quietly for a half hour
- think your child is too disabled to join in a group
- don’t see older adults as having something to offer your child
- don’t enjoy interacting with your child
- don’t enjoy music
- enjoying sharing your musical gifts (yes, we all have them) with your child and others
- are willing to work with me in finding the appropriate placement for your child to grow
- look at the abilities and growth potential of a child
- share a vision of a world strengthen though the interactions of the generations
- create music in non-session times of life
- enjoy humor and laughter
- realize life is sometimes noisy and sometimes quiet
- enjoy seeing a child be creative
If you live in the Hays, Kansas area and this sounds like something for your child, click here to learn more about classes offered.
If you believe your child would benefit from personal music therapy sessions or adaptive music lessons, please contact me at: email@example.com .
If you would like some ideas for adding a little music to your child’s life or you are unable to join in these classes, I encourage you to sing up for my FREE newsletter – SPARKS!
- Who are my clients? (Part 1) (musicsparks.wordpress.com)
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- Bubbles (musicsparks.wordpress.com)