Music and love are the universal languages that transcend speech and enrich our lives. Music connects and enhances the lives of people of all abilities, and is an amazing tool for parents to connect with their children.
As the mom of a child with autism, Marlowe values and utilizes music to communicate with her daughter. Read some of the blog posts below for tips on making music with your family, Autism Awareness and more. Plus FREE downloads of “Dressed” and “Buckle Up” to help ease daily transitions.
- Squag is a customized application for tweenagers on the autism spectrum to connect with one another. Read their latest blog on the Swingset Mamas: Inclusion, Understanding, & A Little Bit Of Rock’n Roll: The Swingset Mamas
- Read Marlowe’s Blog about Autism Awareness: “Do you Dare to be Aware: World Autism Awareness Day?”
- READ Marlowe’s Blog about “Enjoying Music with Children of All Abilities”
Transitions and daily routines are often a challenge for parents of kids with special abilities. Try Downloading “Dressed”, and turn your morning dressing routine from a power struggle into a game! Or put on “Buckle Up” for an easy way to get the kids loaded up into the car.