Treatment For Autism : How to Use Music to Help Children with ASD

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Treatment For Autism : How to Use Music to Help Children with ASD

Music can be an effective part of a treatment plan for autism, Please sign up for my free newsletter full of great tips and ideas at . In this music therapy and autism video, I show you how to use a cabasa to provide sensory input for a child. In addition you will learn an easy slap-clap pattern to make the songs you sing more engaging. You also will see how to take a melody and personalize it to make it more meaningful and motivating. Finally you will see how to motivate a child to communicate by using music.

Comments to the video: Treatment For Autism : How to Use Music to Help Children with ASD

Maria Angeles F.S. 1 year ago
I LOVE what you do! I work with children with autism and I've found super interesting and usefull what you show in your vídeos. Thank you so much for sharing them with us :)
Ryan Judd 11 months ago
Hi Maria, you are so very welcome! :)
Alice Mîndru 3 years ago
Thanks Ryan for sharing this simple idea! Greetings from Romania.
Ryan Judd 3 years ago
+Alice Mîndru Thanks Alice! I'm glad that you liked these ideas.
S. J. MACKENZIE 3 years ago
Fascinating.I am a therapist and a musician and see this idea will work well where I do volunteer work with children with autis. Love the keeping pace practice. S j Mackenzie
Ryan Judd 3 years ago
Hey S.J. thanks so much for watching and commenting! I love to hear that you are volunteering. Keep up the great work!
Bill Cino 4 years ago
Hi  Ryan,    Beautiful videos.  I have been playing music for 20+ years with people with special needs. My primary job is as an general activity worker , but I am applying to be a music coordinator at a 150 participant program. Your videos are a reminder of how powerful interactive music is. I would like to share some approaches that I use to redirect challenging behavior. I see that you have a great depth of repertoire.   Thanks Bill Cino   bcinobc@gmail.com
Ryan Judd 4 years ago
Hi Bill, thanks for checking out this video and commenting. I would like to hear what approaches have been working for you. Feel free to shoot me an email at ryan@therhythmtree.com
Ana Gonzalez 4 years ago
Thanks ryan for your videos.As a mother of an autistic child my daughter seems to be similar to this boy. Keep up the videos as I will do anything to try to improve and bond with my lil angel.thanks
Ryan Judd 4 years ago
Hi Ana, you are so very welcome! Music is such a great way to bond with your child so I hope you find some things that lead to that deep connection and joy! I will keep working on the vids.  :)
Cyrus Dubash 4 years ago
As a new teacher in the special needs area, I am very excited to apply your idea, Ryan, with our children. I have only 3 weeks left in student teaching, so all I need now is a job-the opportunity to do these activities!
Ryan Judd 4 years ago
Hi Cyrus, I am so glad that you are going to try out these activities!  Thanks for the comment.  :)
CabLaura 4 years ago
Hello dear Ryan! thank you for your interesting  videos. I'm a beginnig music therapy student from the Netherlands. You do your work with a great passion and motivation. Right now you are helping me with my research over music therapy and autism. If i would work later in the same area, I hope to do it with the same pleasure.
Ryan Judd 4 years ago
Hi Laura, thanks so much for checking out my work.  I am so glad that you are finding it helpful.  Best of luck in your studies!!!
Arantxa Sánchez 4 years ago
Thank you so much Ryan! You are giving me ideas and you are helping me with my thesis degree, Thank you so much again! I've read a lot about nordoff-robbins and benenzon models with autism, but is different when you have to create an intervention program, I was a bit lost! 
Ryan Judd 4 years ago
Hey Arantxa, I am so glad that you are finding these videos helpful!  Best of luck with your thesis! 
Ryan Judd 5 years ago
Hey Vaidehi, I would be happy to give you some ideas. Please send me a message through my contact page on my website so I can send you some links.
vaidehi hegde 5 years ago
i am really suprised by the effect of musical therapy. sir, can you please give me some techniques to improve speech through musical therapy.
Ryan Judd 5 years ago
Hi Mary, great question. Brushing can help a child stay calm, focus better and learn to self-regulate. You should always consult an occupational therapist about it, but it is easy to learn and implement. You can search for brushing and sensory diet for more info.
MaryE MCLea 5 years ago
what does brushing do
Ryan Judd 5 years ago
You are welcome!
kiwe1008 5 years ago
Thank you Ryan
Ryan Judd 5 years ago
Hi Marra, thank you so much for the comment and the compliment! Lots of blushing going on at The Rhythm Tree right now :)
Marra 5 years ago
I really love what you are doing! There may be other people that do what you do but, you connect with kids in a way that is indescribable.
Uğur Gökmen 5 years ago
Can i take your mail adress? i want to talk about music therapy with you. i m specialist special education and i m working ang researcing about music therapy. my e mail: ugurgokmen@hotmail.com see you. i ll go on follow you.
Ryan Judd 5 years ago
Hello Uğur, thank you for the comment. I am so happy that you are enjoying my videos. I love hearing from people in other countries. şerefe!
Uğur Gökmen 5 years ago
Good job. I ll watching all of your videos. Greatings from Turkey.
Ryan Judd 5 years ago
This music therapy video of a child with autism gives you great ideas on how to use music to help children with special needs.