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Children with mild to severe autism often find it difficult to interact with others including peers, teachers or even parents.

Also they have difficulties in expressing their needs and desire, which can lead to socially inappropriate behaviors or self hurting behaviors.

Sometimes, basic self care skills like toilet training, eating, dressing up requires repetitive practices for an extended period.


Music therapy interventions for clients with autism focus on developing social interaction, communication skills, self-care behaviors, academic skills and sensory integration.


Interactive music activities help clients to increase social skills in an enjoyable musical environment.

Structured singing activities effectively help students learn communication skills and transfer echolalia into meaningful communication.

Music therapists integrated musical cues in the singing to help clients follow each direction to achieve the target behavior.

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