Pitch perception and Cochlear Implant users
Did you know that cochlear implant users perceive pitch in an entirely different way than normal hearing listeners? This can sometimes make it difficult for people with cochlear implants to appreciate the melody of music or understand tone of voice. Let’s put this into an analogy on the piano. Pretend that all the keys on […]
A conversation with FHSR Music Program Coordinator & Merit School Teacher, Sally Blandon
With all that is happening in today’s world one constant that everyone can relate to is music. In 2019 FHSR made a commitment to bring music classes for deaf/hard of hearing children through our Music To My Ears program (MTME). We started with Early Childhood music classes with our partners at The Old Town School […]
Fun and Interactive Music Activities: Ages 5-7
Finding new and exciting activities to engage your children can be difficult when you are all together all the time. Music is a universal language that can engage children and adults young and old. I’m Brooke Saywer and I’m a FHSR Associate Board member. I am also a board-certified music therapist that has worked in […]
Fun and Interactive Music Activities to do at home for kids Ages 2 – 4
Music activities that parents can engage in with their children while sheltering at home, or any time that parents and children would like to engage in music-making.