Thu, 19 May|
Zoom online event
Music With SEND Children And Children With Language Delay
Time & Location
19 May 2022, 17:00 – 19:00
Zoom online event
About The Event
19th May | 5pm – 7pm
£30 per attendee
Why attend this training?
This training event shares reflections and ideas on how music supports communication, language and learning in young children. If you are a speech therapist and work with young children with additional needs and language delay this training will help you to understand the many pathways to communication by building on a child’s strengths to speech through musical play and multisensory activities.
What to expect from this session?
You will enjoy lots of practical examples with moving, sound play, visual support to nurture listening and vocal responses. These creative ideas will help practitioners understand the different communicative approaches and how they can develop their own. Expect:
· Innovative approaches to effective, inclusive communication
· Practical and reflective examples to share and try
· Downloadable songs, rhymes and resources
· Video examples and time for discussion
Who is this session for?
Early years practitioners, childminders and people working with very young children, toddlers or young children.
Participants will each receive downloadable resources, a recommended list of books and mini-stories and up-to-date information guiding participants in music making and language development, including a download link to Understanding Music in Early Childhood and the national early years music guidance: Music Development Matters in the Early Years.
No music training or experience necessary!
Led by Emma Hutchinson, founder of Music House for Children and early years music specialist and trainer.
Emma has an MA in early childhood music and over 30 years of teaching, training and research experience. She has presented many training events, courses and literature on the significance of music in early childhood.