SPECIAL NEEDS DRUMMING

Special Needs  Group Drumming
Making Music in the Moment with Special Needs Groups is one of the most rewarding  Drum Circles one can do.   I never think of their inabilities only their possibilities.  They often surprise me more with what they can do than what they can’t.  Whenever I try something new with them, and it does not work out, I just think that there still is another way for me to get it accomplish and  it’s just up to me to find that new way.   And when I do find that new way, I look at the staffs faces, as they look in amazement. to see me do what they thought was impossible , possible .

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. They are one of my best groups to have a Drum Circle with. They warm your heart with love  and laughter when we all share our rhythm spirit together. When they like you they don’t hold back. The last time I was there, after a fun-filled drum circle with them, many of the  participants just came up to me and gave me the biggest hugs. That was one of the best times ever.
Special Needs Drummer
  When you are able to make people laugh, they are all the same at that moment, no matter what mental or physical impairment they may have.  For they feel the joy you give them and the special rhythms you share with them.  Although I am not a comedian, I certainly try to be as fun and funny as I can, when I Facilitate the Drum Circle. This puts everyone at ease, right at the beginning.
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Integrating drumming into a classroom for special needs students can be a beneficial way for therapists, teachers and students to connect on a level that helps improve communication, collaboration and increase cognition and attention within a regular classroom. With the various delays and struggles that special needs kids face in schools, a new and exciting way to communicate with these children can make a huge difference in the learning and social experiences they face.
Please go to our CONTACT page and submit your request for your DrumYourDream  Drum Circle.  Be sure to include the date of the event, location, number of participants, inside or outside and more than one session.