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Music Therapy in Children’s Hospitals

At Franciscan Children’s Hospital in Brighton, MA, a 14-month old girl named Mae benefits from the practice of Music Therapy!


Through her music therapy sessions, Mae has “learned interactive songs like “Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes” and “The Itsy Bitsy Spider,” developing the motor skills that will help her to use instruments and objects, from crayons to eating utensils, now and later in life.”


Franciscan Children’s Hospital really encourages empathetic care and authentic connections through the use of music therapy.


Smiling through beeps and beats

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