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March 11, 2010

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Felicia Bartlett

Hi,
Don't know if you remember me, I'm a music therapist from Australia, interested in working with children who are deaf and hard of hearing. I emailed you a little while ago.
I found yet another article you may be interested in reading, or using to support your argument for including Music Therapy in rehabilitation
http://www.medicinenet.com/script/main/art.asp?articlekey=110189
To sum up, a Music Therapist in ISrael working with children with CIs found that spontaneous communication was more frequent and prolonged when music was used. Sounds like a pretty good case to me!
By the way, in your email you suggested I contact Chris Barton - thanks. I contacted her about a talk I'm planning to give at a conference here in Australia and she was very helpful.
Keep up the great work with Lily. She seems like a constant delight.

Music and its effects

I would say music can do anything, whenever I feel low or stressed I listen to the music and I feel better.

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