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|Description||A practical workshop giving an overview of the needs of those on the autistic spectrum when working with singing groups in SEN and mainstream settings.|
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A practical workshop giving an overview of the needs of those on the autistic spectrum when working with singing groups in SEN and mainstream settings. Focusing on individuals on the more challenging end of the spectrum but also making comparisons with less ‘obvious’ ends of the spectrum. Including:
- Understanding sound processing and body functioning within the autistic spectrum
- Ideas on how to create repertoire and targets when leading a singing group with different abilities, communication needs and focus.
- Focusing on fun vocal repertoire and activities that help evoke response and social inclusion, including repertoire that links to Speech Therapy and activity songs for groups with profound communication and/or behavioural needs
- Creating ‘bespoke’ voice compositions and songs to enable communication and response
- Sharing challenging situations from within the group, and discussing possible solutions
This course does not have any pre-booked dates available. Please contact the provider directly to arrange this training.