July 20, 2021

Music in the Early Years: Demystifying SEN/D

by Zoe Greenhalgh in CPD, Events, News

Sunday 12th September, 10am -12pm   £15

This session is suitable for all early years practitioners and music leaders working with young children.

Led by music therapist Georgina Roberts, this online session will explore:

  • the joy of working with children who have SEND
  • The challenges young children face and ways to overcome them
  • Tips on resources and activities
  • Where to go for more information

In particular, Georgina will focus on ways to make adaptations for children with speech and language difficulties and sensory impairments.

 

About Georgina Roberts:

Georgina has been a freelance music therapist and early years music practitioner since 2011. She has worked extensively with children who have special educational needs and disabilities in a range of special school settings, delivering both individual and group based sessions.

She currently works as the SEND project manager to her local Music Education Hub. She believes passionately that music can be used as a tool to support young children, help them connect with others and break down language and learning barriers.

Further information

We will be using online video software Zoom, so please ensure you have downloaded the app on a desktop or mobile ahead of the session. For security, we’re asking you to sign up via Eventbrite and you will be emailed the Zoom ID and password after you register.