Empowering Disabled Children and Young People through Music
The project would provide 80 hours of ‘therapeutic singing / music clinic sessions’ to 20 Special Education Needs schools across Greater Manchester. The project will benefit over 1,000 children and young people who have special / complex needs, who will participate in the therapeutic singing / music clinic sessions.
- Eliminate discrimination against children and young people with impairment by eradicating barriers which inhibit them from developing their skills, capacities and capabilities.
- To use Music and Singing to improve motor skills and language development, as well as cognitive abilities in math for pupils and young people with special needs.
- Involve special and complex needs children and young people as positive role models.
How we will achieve our goals
The project will be achieved using a Community Award by supporting the events and activities designed to create attitudinal change within the society that, people with special needs experience disability due to unequal power relations which could be eliminated by creating awareness through this project.
Where the money will go
It will create attitudinal change within the society that, people with special needs experience disability due to unequal power relations. It will help to remove discrimination against people with impairment by eliminating barriers which inhibit them from developing their skills and capabilities.