Round Up, October 28th

Students with Down syndrome crowned homecoming king and queen (Today.com)

With all the sad stories about students with special needs being bullied, it's great seeing a student body embrace students with special needs as an important part of their peer group.

The Architecture of Autism (The New York Times)

Long form article from the New York Times here, but an interesting look at some solutions for adults with autism who are not able to live independently. Worth the read!

Choir using music to cope with dementia (Daily Record and Sunday Mail)

Gotta love stories like this! Studies have shown that singing can have positive effects on your physical and emotional health, and we're all seeing people with dementia stay active through music! In fact, we've got a new group starting soon that we're SUPER pumped about, but we're not quite ready to reveal it yet...all in good time, friends...

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Andrew Littlefield MM, MT-BC

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