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Another 2016 favourite, Music Therapy has returned again in 2017 as a top 10 most searched NDIS support of the year. Helped along by one of the most read NDIS articles of the year, Music Therapy has retained its place among the most popular NDIS supports for a second year running.
Music therapists use a range of music-making methods within and through a therapeutic relationship to achieve specific psychosocial, communication, physical and/or spiritual goals. In community settings, music therapists use their skills in health promotion to support social networks and community participation through music making.
Music therapy has been recognised by the NDIA for inclusion in funded support plans under the support cluster of Therapeutic Supports. They may work individually or in groups with participants of the NDIS in early intervention, school age and adults with disability.
The Australian Music Therapy Association (AMTA) holds the professional registration of Music Therapists and is the body representing and Music Therapists in Australia.
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