Music therapists work to make the benefits of music accessible to people from a wide range of backgrounds, including people with learning disabilities, mental health difficulties, dementia, people who have suffered a stroke or brain injury, and people on the autistic spectrum.

Music therapists work with children and adults, using active music making
to help people to develop their communication skills, express themselves
and connect with those around them.

If you would like to make a music therapy referral or find out more, please contact Kylie – Kylie.Richardson@nordoff-robbins.org.uk, or speak to Lorette. More details here.