Music therapy is an evidence-based allied health profession that uses music to improve or maintain individuals of all ages’ physical, emotional, cognitive, and social well-being. It is a powerful tool that can help people with disabilities achieve their individual goals, improve their quality of life, and live their best lives. Music therapy is a registered NDIS support, meaning people with disabilities can use their NDIS funding to access music therapy services.
Music therapy can benefit people with disabilities in several ways, including:
Music therapy is the clinical use of music to address physical, emotional, cognitive, and social needs. It is used to improve or maintain health and well-being.
Yes, music therapy is covered by the NDIS. To access music therapy through the NDIS, you will need to have a plan with the NDIS. Once you have a plan, you can talk to your Support Coordinator about finding a music therapist.
We believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to reach their full potential, and we are committed to helping people with disabilities achieve their goals through the power of music therapy.