For those of you who still have questions about what an Adapted Lesson looks like,

I’ve compiled a few examples and pictures of interventions, music games, and instruments that may be utilized in an a lesson.

Here is a picture of a music game I used to teach a client how to play Mary Had A Little Lamb, before we learned how to play it on the keyboard:

Here is a picture of a rhythm game I used with a client to better help them understand different rhythmic notes: 

Here is a picture of a game I used to help a client understand the notes on the Grand Staff:

Adapted Lessons differ from typical lessons in a few ways. Each session is taught by a Board Certified Music Therapist, and each lesson is tailored to fit the needs of individuals who learn differently.
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