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Using Music and Singing within Speech & Language Therapy to Improve Clients’ Communication Skills

Using Music and Singing within Speech & Language Therapy to Improve Clients’ Communication Skills has now been published on the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust website amongst the amazing reports of other 2012 Churchill Fellows.

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besteassy on 10 May 2018 05:13
Music has been used to convey emotions and feelings for centuries. Using music as the source to improve speech and language will be very effective because they will learn to feel the music and understand the meaning much easier. It will be easy to understand music because of the tempo of the music. The Tempo of the music is like the perception of emotion. Music is capable of expressing an emotional character. A music can be happy or sad depending on the tempo of the music. The Tempo alone is capable of eliciting how a change in how one perceives the emotional character of the music.
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