Adult Disability

Ages 18 and above

Music therapy applies the elements of music to achieve a range of clinical goals. Whether you are finding ways to process and regulate sensory information through effective communication, wanting to re-gain speech and movement after stroke or reach those physical goals such as walking, gripping and building physical strength. Music therapy breaks down tasks into tailored and motivational goals and offers opportunity for social interactions, extending engagement and focus, allowing for personal choice, self expression and most of all... fun! 


Music Therapy is effective for adults with disability in many ways: 

  • Increases mother/father-baby bonding

  • Proven to increase.. in children with autism spectrum disorder.. leading to..

  • Music acts as communication and self expression

  • Relaxation and mindful techniques through singing and song can help calm and help with sensory and emotional regulation 

Amped is currently offering one to one online music for infants and their families via the Zoom platform. These sessions will be available face-to-face once all coronavirus lockdown restrictions have lifted. Amped will be setting up in several areas within North Cornwall and Plymouth during the remainder of 2020 (more information to follow).

If you are interested in music therapy for you or on behalf of someone else, you can book here, or get in contact via the contact page here