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Music Making for Children with Special Needs


Families with children and young people with disabilities and sensory impairment are invited to make noise at weekend music workshops across the county in Grantham, Sleaford, Louth, Lincoln and Skegness.

Making Noise is a long-running project led by Music Facilitators from soundLINCS – the community music organisation for the East Midlands – who have extensive experience in working with children and young people with disabilities.

Discussing previous Making Noise workshops, one parent said “Making Noise is an excellent respite for us all, we get a lot out of it, sometimes it is hard to stop laughing. It is a social get

together for all, not just for the children, it is fun for us both!”

The workshops allow children and young people to express themselves, and develop their social skills through a range of music making activities including using traditional and specialised instruments, vocals and music technology including iPads with a wide range of music apps for all ages and abilities.

Making Noise places are limited and pre-registration with soundLINCS is essential to ensure that all special needs and access requirements are catered for. Details of times, costs and how to register are available by telephone (01522 510073), e-mail (info@soundlincs.org) or online (www.soundlincs.org).

The project is supported in Sleaford by North Kesteven District Council’s artsNK team.

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