Singing has beneficial effects on heart rates and mood, emotional states and relaxation. Apart from providing a chance to develop artistic and musical skills, it can uplift people, create more positive attitudes and promote relaxation; and singing in choirs offers a social dimension that enhances people’s lives.
The Autism Alliance is introducing our Virtual Glee Club for individuals with autism, facilitated by our favorite music teacher, Mr. William Lynch, and co-lead with Sophie McLaughlin, expressive movement therapist. The group will meet monthly. The program will be a mixture of singing, short songs and movement.
Dates: Saturdays 10:30 – 11:30.a.m.
September 5, October 3, November 7 and Dec 5th.