What’s this, why dis (ability)?

face the music

This post is based on a tweet I wrote this week:

I was describing interactive music sessions, singing songs, and engaging with people who have a learning disability.  The last word in that sentence seemed to be noted as the key word. I suppose we all tend to categorise things we hear. Still, it stood out to me, and got me thinking how people may see the work I do in this area.

The thing is, I’d never thought of it like that before. In music therapy sessions, we know each other by our first names, we make music together, we interact in particular…

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