We believe that learning an instrument should be fun, accessible, and collaborative for all. Adaptive lessons are a specific application of music therapy that provides a more individualized & accessible way of learning an instrument compared to traditional music lessons. Music therapists can address therapeutic goals such as attention, motor control, confidence, speech & language, and emotional regulation.
Who can benefit from Adaptive Lessons?
Adaptive lessons can be beneficial for anyone who wants to learn an instrument and would benefit from an individualized approach to learning. This individualized approach can look like teaching through colour or number coding, teaching preferred songs instead of strictly using a specific book, using schedules, scripts, or visuals when appropriate, and offering sensory breaks/other therapy-based activities when needed.